Nakhi Wells says he would consider a permanent move to QPR at the end of his season-long loan from Burnley.
The 28-year-old has impressed for the R’s despite not scoring in his four games since arriving at Loftus Road.
And the Bermudian, who is under contract at Burnley until 2020, has adjusted well to life in London.
“I love it here so far,” Wells told West London Sport.
“You can’t think too far ahead, but if an opportunity arose like that in the future then, if I had to say it right now, it’s something I would gladly look at.
“The main focus at the moment is to focus and keep helping the team moving forward, do well for myself and see what door opens for the future.”
Wells is unconcerned about not scoring for Rangers yet and believes the goals will flow in the weeks ahead.
The former Huddersfield and Bradford man scored comfortably in the Football League prior to his spells in the top flight with Huddersfield and then Burnley.
“I am here to not just score goals but contribute towards them. I am not getting stressed about goals, and they will come,” he said.
“It’s about performances and contributing. If I wasn’t doing that then I’d be worrying.
“It’s about staying focused and keep putting in seven-out-of-ten performances each game and I know the goals are going to come.
“Goals come with confidence and I am a confident person, so I’ll keep believing and I think they’ll start to reel in.”