QPR captain Nedum Onuoha is yet to hold talks about his long-term future at Loftus Road.
Onuoha, who is currently out with a hamstring injury, is Rangers’ longest-serving player, with more than 200 appearances to his name.
The defender’s contract runs out at the end of the season.
“It depends what the club want to do, to be honest,” Onuoha said.
“They’ve not spoken to me yet, but seven or eight months in football can be a very long time.
“So hopefully I can get back into the side when I’m fit, play well and maybe then we’ll have that conversation.
“It’d be nice to have some sort of continuity, but this is football – every year you have to poise yourself for potentially being somewhere else.”
Onuoha joined Rangers from Manchester City in January 2012.
The centre-back, who turns 31 on Sunday, says he is settled in London with his family and would like to stay beyond next summer.
He added: “I’ve got a daughter who was born down here and every time I take her up north she questions the weather.
“I do love it here. We’ve got a home here and this is where I’ve been for coming up to six years.”