The loanee will miss QPR’s clash with Reading on Sunday but the hope is that he will be back fit enough to play against Arsenal next weekend.
“We’re hoping he could be available for the Arsenal game,” QPR manager Harry Redknapp confirmed.
“It was part of the deal with Spurs that if he got injured they would assess him. But there’s every chance he will be available for that game.”
The midfielder has been one of the few shining lights for the R’s since arriving at the club on loan in January.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane believes their season is recovering as the defending champions cruised into the Champions League quarter-finals.
Birmingham manager Garry Monk is optimistic about his new club's future despite their sixth successive home defeat in the Championship.
Reading manager Jaap Stam defended his decision to give 17-year-old centre-back Tom Holmes his senior debut in the Sky Bet Championship draw against Bolton.
Alex Neil praised Sean Maguire after he turned match-winner Preston once again in their 2-1 victory over 10-man Bristol City at Deepdale.
New Mansfield boss David Flitcroft was pleased with a point in his first game in charge despite seeing his new side denied a win against local rivals Lincoln.
Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman praised his side as they closed the gap to one point on League Two leaders Luton with a narrow 1-0 win over Morecambe.
Kevin Nolan admitted he refused to shake the hand of a referee for the first time in his managerial career after Notts County's 1-1 draw at Cheltenham.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy felt his side were worthy winners after securing a 2-1 victory at Sheffield Wednesday.
Nigel Adkins felt the performance from his Hull side against Millwall was 'a disgrace'.