Sean Goss says he could seek a loan move in January if he fails to break into the QPR side during their Christmas schedule.
The former Manchester United midfielder made six appearances after joining Rangers earlier in the year but has yet to feature this season.
Asked if a loan move would be an option for him, Goss said: “I’m keeping all my options open. There’s still a lot of games between now and January and a lot can change, so it’s not something I’ll really look at until then.
“It’s a long time to look ahead in football and obviously I’m hoping to break into the team. You’ve just got to look at what you can do to get into the side for the next game.
“We’ve got four games in 10 days and I’d be very surprised if you see the same team in that whole time.”
The 22-year-old’s prospects have been restricted by the consistent form of Rangers’ central midfield trio Massimo Luongo, Luke Freeman and Josh Scowen.
Jordan Cousins, who recently returned from long-term injury, and Ryan Manning are also in contention for first-team places.
Goss added: “You can’t really complain – the lads haven’t put a foot wrong in there and I think the competition is healthy to have around the place.
“I’m not going to let it get to me. I have to be patient, keep working really hard and hopefully I’ll get my chance soon.”