The Cameroon midfielder has admitted he may leave Loftus Road to further his chances of representing his country ahead of World Cup 2014 but does not regret joining the HoopsQPR midfielder Stephane Mbia has indicated that he and Loic Remy could leave the west London club following their relegation from the Premier League in order to further their hopes of international football.
Mbia joined Harry Redknapp's team, then managed by Mark Hughes, from Marseille in last summer's transfer window before Remy followed the Cameroonian to Loftus Road in January.
On Monday, Mbia asked Joey Barton, who moved in the opposite direction from QPR to Marseille, if he would like to swap clubs for a second time on Twitter but later claimed his account had been hacked.
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"I have a one-year contract. In six months, I am free in the winter transfer window. My immediate choice is to go with the squad and join my team-mates, trying to unwind and forget everything that happened.
"In life, you cannot plan what will happen to us. Loic Remy is an international, like me. I do not know if he will stay."
Mbia insists, however, that he does not regret joining QPR and claimed that he would be happy to stay in England if he does leave Loftus Road.
"Not at all!" the Cameroon international replied when asked if he regretted the move. "There was a very good sporting project. The most important thing is to look forward.
"There has not been a very good cohesion between the players. In each club, there are always differences, it is normal. Psychologically, it is very, very hard. You know, it's very complicated.
"Personally, my focus was on the pitch, I gave it my all in training. What happens off the field, it's not our priority. I had a good relationship with Hughes and Redknapp also.
"You should know that Marseille is the team of my heart along with Rennes. I won the title [with Marseille], I had a great time there. These are clubs that I carry in my heart.
"I have a career plan. QPR was not what I expected, but it allowed me to take the next step, to see another league and mature. I would go to England as well as France, I have a good foundation in both countries."