Nahki Wells says he “wouldn’t hesitate” if given the chance to join QPR on a permanent basis.
Wells has scored seven goals since returning to Rangers on another season-long from Burnley, where his contract expires next summer.
And he told West London Sport he would be open to a move if the two clubs could come to an agreement during the January transfer window.
“That’s all stuff that’s beyond any of my decision-making of course,” he said.
“But I think the club, the fans, the board – everyone knows what my decision would be. I love it here, it feels like home to me.
“Of course football is a business and there’s a lot more that goes into it than just me saying I’d like to stay here. But if it was possible I wouldn’t hesitate one bit.”