Rowan Vine admits he may have to leave QPR in order to play regular football in the coming season.
Vine was left out of manager Neil Warnock's pre-season tour of Italy, leaving the striker to question whether he still has a future at Loftus Road.
The former Luton man struggled to force his way into the first team last season, making just eight league starts, and the 27-year-old feels he may to have leave the R's.
Vine still has two years remaining on his existing deal at the Londoners and he said he would consider making a loan move in order to feature regularly in the new campaign.
He told the Fulham Chronicle: "I do not mind as I just want to play football. I have not played much during the past two seasons and I would not rule anything out.
"I was available to go to Italy, but they took a selected number and I was not in that so I went down to Cornwall with Ronnie Jepson (reserve team manager) and the lads and played a couple of games down there instead.
"I am not in the immediate plans because I have not gone on the tour to Italy, which is quite significant."