The former Real Madrid midfielder has changed his mind after previously stating he would remain at Loftus Road regardless of relegation and now eyes a summer move away
The midfielder joined QPR last summer from Real Madrid and claimed in April that he was keen to stay with Harry Redknapp's side - even if they were demoted to the Championship.
However the 25-year-old, who has made 23 Premier League appearances this season, insists he would rather seek a move away from Loftus Road and says a switch to a Premier League club would be desirable.
“Now I do not plan to play in the second tier because I think it is not the place for me," Granero told Spanish newspaper AS.
“I mean that in the most humble way but it’s how I feel. We will see what happens.
“The Premier League experience has been very good and I would love to play here more.”
The Spaniard, who was linked with Fiorentina and Real Betis in January, foresees a chaotic summer for QPR but insists he will not be motivated by money, despite claims levied at the club’s top earners in recent months.
He continued: “It will be a summer with little stability. We will see what is best for all.
“For me, the most important thing is football. I’ve never given priority to economic issues or other things.”