There’s no agenda. Something might come of it, something might not says Mick
The midfielder left West Ham in the summer after clocking up more than 100 games for the club and recently spent time training with QPR.
“He lives half-an-hour away and wants to get himself really so I said come down and train with us,” said Town boss Mick McCarthy.
“We know all about his quality as a player. Sometimes you get players in on trial and you can see straightaway that it’s not going to go any further. They actually start upsetting the training session.
“Jack has actually added that extra quality to training but you have to see him in games on a full pitch. There’s no agenda. Something might come of it, something might not.”