Hughes wants quartet to stay
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR have confirmed that Clint Hill, Akos Buzsacky and Radek Cerny have all been offered new deals to stay at the club next season.
Rangers have announced that the trio are all in negotiations over extending their contracts which expire in June. Hill, 33, was named both the supporters' and players' Player of the Year and was a key figure in helping the club avoid relegation to the Championship in the final weeks of the season - after returning from a short loan spell at Nottingham Forest. Buzsacky, 30, made 18 appearances last season - the majority of them after Mark Hughes took charge in January. Cerny, 38, made five starts last season - all of them under Neil Warnock, but didn't let anybody down and looks set to continue in the role of back-up keeper. Meanwhile, Kieron Dyer has signed a new one year contract until the summer of 2013. The injury-plagued ex-West Ham and Ipswich star, who turns 34 later this year, has not played since being carried off with a foot injury four minutes into his debut on the opening day of the season against Bolton.