Oct 25 2012 By Paul Warburton
MARK Hughes revealed axed keeper Rob Green has held off showdown talks over his future – but the QPR boss is far from holding his breath over keeping him much longer.
Sparky reckons he has an open door if Green wants to discuss the way out.
So far, the man signed as number one from West Ham in the summer, has kept his counsel after Rangers’ audacious swoop for Julio Cesar in the summer.
But when put point blank to Hughes this week whether it meant the keeper would be OK with sitting out the season, the manager squashed the notion flat.
“Well no, he’s not pleased with his situation,” said Hughes.
“He’s a top-class goalkeeper and he wants to be number one – and he isn’t.
“Obviously, he came here as number one but lost his position in the team. I spoke to him in terms of his position about a week after Julio came – but not since.
“He and everyone know my door’s always open and if they’ve got a gripe or they want a discussion in terms of where they or I see their future – we’re grown men we sit down and talk it out.”