QPR assistant manager Kevin Bond has played down the possibility of Ravel Morrison being recalled by West Ham.
Morrison has been hugely impressive since arriving at Rangers last month, but an option in the loan deal will soon enable the Hammers to take him back to Upton Park at 24 hours’ notice if they choose to.
There has so far been no indication that they will do so and Bond believes the 21-year-old will stay for the rest of the season.
“What will be will be. He’s here and enjoying his football and has done great for us,” said Bond.
“He has got that bit of quality in games when it’s required. In tight games when it’s very difficult to open teams up he’s done that for us. He’s done really well.”
QPR have won two of their last three matches, with Morrison scoring twice in both victories.
His brace against Yeovil on Saturday kept alive Rangers’ slim hopes of automatic promotion, and he will be available for the play-offs if they are involved in them – unless he is recalled by West Ham.
Bond added: “Two out of three we’ve won, which is very pleasing, and we need to get on a run now and try to get some momentum for the rest of the season.
“We’re just all focused on trying to get promoted, whether that’s automatically or via the play-offs if we need to.”