Paul Smyth has agreed a season-long loan to Charlton Athletic. QPR attacker Paul Smyth has agreed a season-long loan to Charlton Athletic.
The 23-year-old, who tends to play in a wide role, has made four appearances for Rangers in the current campaign – all of them as a substitute.
Smyth was not involved last time out for the west London side.
Charlton manager Lee Bowyer said: “I think we’ve tried to get him in the last three transfer windows. He’s quick and full of energy and fits well with the type of football we like to play.
Smyth included: “It feels extraordinary to be an aspect of the club. I talked with the chief and talked with Steve also. I need to create as a player and Lee Bowyer said he can assist me with that, I had a call with him yesterday and I figured ‘we should do it, how about we complete it’.”
Addicks proprietor Thomas Sandgaard stated: “It has been a bustling hardly any weeks adding nine players to the crew. I am satisfied we’ve had the option to acquire Paul Smyth, a player who fits the manner in which we need to play.”