The veteran midfielder and former captain and has not started a Premier League game this season after making 28 appearance last year, and is keen for regular match action again
Shaun Derry has revealed that he is willing to leave QPR in search of first-team football, having not started a Premier League match this season.
The 34-year-old made 28 appearances for the west London club last year as they avoided relegation on the last day of the season.
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However, the club have spent heavily in the summer bringing in midfielders Samba Diakite, Esteban Granero, Stephane M'Bia and Park Ji-Sung, as well as the return of Alejandro Faurlin from a serious knee injury.
The new arrivals have meant that Derry has found his playing chances seriously diminished and he has admitted that he is ready to play football elsewhere if needs be.
"I need to be playing football and will try to play at some place," Derry told podcast Open All Rs.
Derry joined the club in 2010 and captained the side in their promotion to the Premier League after spells at Nottingham Forest, Leeds and Crystal Palace.