QPR goalkeeper Radek Cerny has agreed a one-year contract extension at Loftus Road and will put pen-to-paper when he returns from holiday.
Cerny , 37, previously played for Tottenham but has been a good reserve option for No. 1 Paddy Kenny and will now get a chance to test himself in the Premier League once more.
"Radek's been great back-up for Rangers - and he deserves this extension to his contract," manager Neil Warnock told the Ealing Gazette. "It says something he was willing to come all the way back here to sort it now. But I've told him he needs to enjoy the break and he can sign when he gets back."