Bobby Zamora’s agent insists the striker is not looking for a way out of QPR.
It was recently reported that the England international regrets making the move to Loftus Road and is unhappy with the club’s facilities, including its training ground.
Rangers are keen to leave their Harlington training base, which was previously used by Chelsea, as it falls short of usual Premier League standards.
They are currently struggling in the relegation zone and have won only once since Zamora was signed from neighbours Fulham at the end of January.
But his representative, Eric Walters, hit back at suggestions the player is unsettled.
Walters said: “It’s total rubbish. Bobby’s said nothing of the sort to me. There’s no truth in it whatsoever.
“As for the training ground, it’s not as bad as some people make out. Chelsea did okay when they were there, didn’t they?”
Zamora, 31, has scored two goals in seven appearances for Rangers.
He was recently linked with a summer move to big-spending Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala.