QPR striker Nakhi Wells has told Alex Grove from talkSPORT he wants to stay at the club and help them fight for promotion.
Wells is currently enjoying a fruitful second spell on loan at the London club from Premier League side Burnley and he has already bagged nine goals this term.
The Bermudian forward has struck up a solid partnership with Jordan Hugill and there have been reports of other Championship clubs snapping him up during the January transfer window.
However, Wells, who first exploded onto the scene with Bradford before impressing for Huddersfield Town, said he wants to stay at Loftus Road and helps the Rs with their promotion push.
When asked whether he wants to stay at QPR, he told talkSPORT: ďYeah, of course. Iím just taking it one week at a time and Iím just focused on trying to come together and reach the goal that we all want and thatís trying to finish in the play-offs and get promoted because thereís real belief that is possible.
ďIndividually, I just want to do as well as I can because thatís going to help to propel us into that position. If Iím doing that, Iím pretty sure the club would want to keep me and an opportunity will present itself.