Petter Vaagan Moen has told a Norwegian newspaper he does not regret joining QPR despite failing to make an impact at the club.
The Norway international recently left Loftus Road by mutual consent after barely featuring during his time at Rangers.
He told Ostlendingen he had limited contact with the then R’s boss Neil Warnock but believes his experience in England has made him a better player.
“I was never in doubt that I had something to bring to the team,” he insisted.
“I am a better player now than I’ve ever been, and that is because I have had the opportunity to train with the best.”
Vaagan Moen is a free agent following his release from QPR and says he will take his time before deciding his next move.
He said: “I know that the interest is there, and I know that the Scandinavian teams know what I stand for.”