Jul 4 2012 By Jacob Murtagh
ROB Hulse wants to stay at Loftus Road and fight for his place in the QPR first-team.
The 32-year-old made just three appearances for Rangers last season and is entering the final 12 months of his contract in west London.
Hulse's chances of regular football took a further blow following the signing of Andy Johnson to leave him way down the pecking order.
However, the player's agent, Matt Buck, insists the former Derby frontman wants to remain in W12.
He told the Chronicle: “I've spoken to Rob over the summer and we've not had any talks with the manager or anyone else at the club about moving on.
“Obviously he wants to be playing more, but there's been no discussions about leaving.
“Rob's worked hard over the summer and is now back to full fitness, so will be returning for the start of pre-season training next week.”
Hulse has managed just two goals in 25 games for the R's since his move to the club in 2010.
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