Kieron Dyer signs new one-year contract with QPR
Kieron Dyer has signed a new one-year contract with Premier League side QPR.
The 33-year-old midfielder only played once last season after suffering a foot injury on his debut in August.
The former England international, who won the last of his 33 caps in 2007, joined Rangers on a free transfer from West Ham last summer.
Meanwhile manager Mark Hughes has offered new contracts to goalkeeper Radek Cerny, defender Clint Hill and midfielder Akos Buzsaky.
Hughes has also decided to release eight out-of-contract players at the end of their deals.
Patrick Agyemang, Gary Borrowdale, Lee Cook, Danny Gabbidon, Fitz Hall, Peter Ramage, Danny Shittu and Rowan Vine will all be leaving Loftus Road next month.