Hoilett uncertain over QPR future

The Canada international admits he would like to remain in the Premier League, but revealed that nothing will be decided about his future until the end of the season
Junior Hoilett has revealed his uncertainty about his long-term prospects at QPR amid intensifying speculation of an imminent exodus of players from Loftus Road. 

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The Canada International came to West London as a hot commodity last summer after a superb season with Blackburn that saw the winger score seven goals and provide as many assists.

But things have not gone as expected since his summer move to the capital, with Hoilett struggling for form in a season plagued by turbulent management and a series of hamstring injuries.

The 22-year-old came close to a transfer in January, as part of failed move to bring Peter Odemwingie to Loftus Road, but the winger remains tight-lipped over the collapsed deal or any potential move elsewhere whilst the season is still in progress.

“I know what it sounds like, but I don't want to talk about it or anything to do with it," Hoilett told the Fulham Chronicle.

"Of course I want to stay in the top flight - every player does, but that's for the future after the last few games.

"It's been a tough time, there's no doubt. But all I can do is learn from the situation and come back stronger.

"Yeah, I would agree my form has dipped, but that's not entirely surprising given the circumstances - but you can't look back."