DJ Campbell has confirmed he is considering his future at QPR as he enters the final year of his contract.
The striker made just two appearances, both in the FA Cup, for Rangers last term as he spent much of the campaign on loan at Ipswich and Blackburn before a broken metatarsal cut short his season in March.
The 31-year-old says he would be reluctant to leave Loftus Road but admits he chances may again be restricted under manager Harry Redknapp.
"I'm still under contract but this is my last year so we're speaking to a few people at the minute, as well as QPR," Campbell revealed.
"It's the club that I support so we will look at it and we will see what happens and hopefully we can sort something out soon.
"It's my team but every manager is different and they have different plans so it's just football, I'm experienced now and 31 so I know how it works.
"Within the next month or two we should know something but at the minute I am just trying to get fit again and that is the main thing."