Green looks to end career at QPR

The former Norwich City and West Ham custodian is happy with affairs at the club after agreeing a new contract and believes the team will be ready for the Premier League season
By Michael Spencer

Robert Green has revealed that he would be content to see out the remainder of his career at Queens Park Rangers, after penning a new two-year deal with the club.

The 34-year-old, who joined QPR in 2012, signed a new contract with the club in June and has now revealed that he would be happy to retire at Loftus Road.

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"I've got a long time left hopefully," Green told Goal. "I'm 34 now and if I play with this it’ll take me to 37, so [I'm] getting there, but I’m happy at QPR. [I'm] happy playing the game and enjoy being at the club.

"You never say never but, if you told me I’m going to play the rest of my career at QPR, I’d be delighted."

Harry Redknapp's side have been in Ireland completing part of their pre-season schedule, triumphing 4-0 over Shamrock Rovers and defeating Athlone Town 2-0.

Having already played friendlies against Rot Weiss Erfurt, RB Leipzig, Southend United and Leyton Orient, QPR will conclude their pre-season with a friendly game against Greek outfit PAOK on Saturday.

With so many games under their belt, Green is confident that the team will be prepared for the commencement of the Premier League season, which begins on August 16, at home to Hull City.

"We'll be as prepared as well as we can be," said the former Norwich City and West Ham shot-stopper.

"And come the start of the season it’s one of those things; no one really knows how it's going to go but everyone will be there giving it their all."