Adel Taarabt has reiterated his desire to see out his loan spell at QPR despite reports he will return to Tottenham in January and the midfielder is not ruling out a permanent switch to the Championship outfit.
Speculation has been rife that the 20-year-old will head back to White Hart Lane in the New Year after the Moroccan midfielder's failure to hold down a regular spot in the first XI so far this term.
However, Taarabt - who was jeered by the Loftus Road faithful earlier in the season - has made it clear he his happy to fight for his place.
And he revealed he has been given no indication from Spurs that they plan to recall him or loan him out to another club when the transfer window opens.
"I'm here until the end of the season and I will not go anywhere else," he told the Kilburn Times.
"Tottenham have come to see me play here, but they have not said anything to me about going.
"I'm fortunate to be at QPR - I enjoy it here, everyone is good and I want to stay. I'll keep giving it my best here and next season we'll see what happens."