QPR man wants future resolved soon

QPR defender Clint Hill has urged the club to make a quick decision on whether to offer him a new contract.

The 33-year-old thought he had played his last game for the R’s when he was loaned to Nottingham Forest earlier this season.

He was recalled to Loftus Road and has since been part of the first-team set-up, but accepts that Rangers’ ambitious transfer policy could make him surplus to requirements in the near future.

And Hill may look to move on then rather than wait until the end of the campaign

He said: “I’m waiting to see what they do. If they want to keep me then great, because I would love to stay.

“But I need to find out as soon as possible if I’m going to get the extra contract or not, because January’s almost here.

“You have to assess it. I’m not getting any younger and am not in the team. I need to be playing at my age but if they offer me a contract, brilliant.”

The former Tranmere man was sent off on his long-awaited Premier League debut against Bolton on the opening day of the season.

At one stage it looked like being his one and only appearance in the top flight, but more recently he has proved to be a valuable squad member.

“I’ve done okay. But it’s up to others to decide if I’ve deserved a contract or not,” Hill added.


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