The midfielder has been missing through injury and, in his absence, new manager Harry Redknapp has opted for Clint Hill and Ryan Nelsen to lead the squad on the pitch
QPR midfielder Ji-Sung Park has insisted that he is unconcerned after being stripped of the captaincy.
The experienced South Korean returned to the starting line-up for the FA Cup third-round tie against West Brom after recovering from injury, but the skipper’s armband remained with Clint Hill.
Park was awarded the captaincy by former manager Mark Hughes in the summer, but the honour has since been passed between Hill and Ryan Nelsen since the arrival of Harry Redknapp as manager.
"It's the manager's decision and I'm very happy to go along with that," Park told the Fulham Chronicle.
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"I am an experienced player so I can help the team with or without the armband. It doesn't matter."
Park made his comeback from a troublesome knee injury that prevented him from featuring for the Rs since Redknapp’s appointment.
The injury had kept the 31-year-old out for over ten weeks but Park is adamant that a return to full fitness is not far off.
"It was the first game for me," he added. "Chelsea was only five minutes so this is my first game back from injury.
"The 90 minutes will help me and it won't take long. In a few days and a couple of games I can be 100 per cent."