The 19-year-old is considered one of brightest prospects from the Aston Villa academy and has gone on a season-long loan to the Championship side.


He has impressed for Queens Park Rangers, missing just one game in the Championship and starting ten times.



There has been an upheaval at the second tier club though as former Aston Villa assistant Michael Beale, who brought Iroegbunam to Lotus Road, has left them to join Scottish giants Rangers.


Aston Villa are monitoring Iroegbunam’s situation with a close eye and want him to continue receiving game-time at Loftus Road.



There is a recall clause in the loan deal which could be exercised if Aston Villa are hit with a major injury in midfield.


Iroegbunam made three appearances for Aston Villa last season in the Premier League and the Villans want him to get even more first-team experience with the Hoops.



Queens Park Rangers are seventh in the Championship, but their recent form has been disastrous, collecting just one point in their last five games, and Iroegbunam will be hoping to be part of a turnaround in their fortunes when league football resumes.