MK Dons loan star Rowan Vine has not ruled out making a permanent switch from QPR this summer.
The 28-year-old has been in impressive form for the Dons since joining in January and has helped propel them into the League One play-off places.
However, the former Luton striker believes that his long-term future depends on whether QPR want to keep him or not.
He told skysports.com: "It is a great club and I have been very impressed with everything since joining, with a great set of lads and the coaching staff are brilliant too.
"It is a great club with a lot of enthusiasm around the place and it would be a great place to come and play football on a permanent basis.
"Obviously, I've still got another year left at QPR after this one, so I'm not sure where my future lies to be honest.
"Only a few months ago I was training with other teams and I just needed to go out and get some games and I'm really pleased that MK Dons gave me that opportunity.
"I've been playing regularly for the past month or so now and back to the level where I was before the injury, which makes me very happy."