Apr 23 2012 By Jacob Murtagh
PATRICK Agyemang admits his QPR future looks bleak.
The Ghanaian striker has made just two appearances for Rangers this season and hasn't featured under new boss Mark Hughes.
In fact, Agyemang claims he hasn't spoken to the Welshman since he took charge in January, and was shipped out on loan to League One side Stevenage.
The 31-year-old is out of contract in the summer, and looks certain to leave Loftus Road after five seasons in W12.
He said: “My contract's up at the end of the season so I wanted to get out and play some games. I don't know what's going to happen.
“I could go up with Stevenage because I'm happy here, but then I'm not sure what QPR's plans are if they go down.
“They're full of strikers there so I'll speak to the manager at the end of the season.”
Agyemang admits he suffered a crisis of confidence this season in W12 after being frozen out of the first team and forced to train with the reserves.
But he insists he's enjoying a new lease of life at Broadhall Way as they look to clinch promotion to the Championship.
“I was injured when Mark Hughes took over so I never got a chance to show him what I could do,” he added.
“I was training with the reserves and academy boys. When you're not in the 25 you don't get a chance to play with the first team and there's no real aim. It's hard to get motivated.
“I've always seen other players frozen out but it's never happened to me. It was hard to take as I wanted to be part of it.
“My confidence has been low after not being part of the things at QPR, so to come and play regular games has been amazing.”
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