Adel Taarabt has hailed the influence of boss Neil Warnock and hinted he may seek a move away from Loftus Road should QPR part company with the Yorkshireman.
Recent reports have suggested Rangers' board is considering replacing the former Crystal Palace manager with a high-profile foreign coach following their promotion to the Premier League.
But Taarabt, who was signed by Warnock from Tottenham last summer and became talismanic under his nurturing influence, has spoken out in support of a man who claimed his seventh promotion last week.
"I don't know yet [about next season], but I am very happy at QPR," Taarabt told the Kilburn Times.
"I will see with the manager what they want to do, and afterwards we will make a decision.
"He [Warnock] has been great. My season is a lot to do with him because he has given me 100 per cent belief and trust. Even if I don't play well for one or two games, he still plays me.
"He has done a lot for me. In football you have to meet somebody who gives you a chance, for me that person is Neil - nobody else.
"I know that with this manager we can achieve something."