Geoff Cameron wants to return to QPR on loan next season.
Rangers’ financial situation means they are unlikely to sign the American on a permanent basis – but Cameron has told West London Sport he would welcome the chance to return on another loan deal.
Cameron, 33, is currently on a season-long loan from Stoke City, where he is under contract until 2020 and does not believe he has a future there.
“I’ve got another year at Stoke but it’s probably best for both parties if I go elsewhere,” he said.
“Whether that would be permanent, I don’t know at this stage.
“But if it was a loan and I were able to choose which club, then definitely I would like to go back to QPR on loan if that’s possible.
“I don’t know what the contract situation will be this summer but if there’s an opportunity of another loan then I’d like to be at QPR again next season.
“I have 100% enjoyed it there and enjoy playing for Steve McClaren.
“He’s a really good manager and it’s a good environment to play in, it’s just frustrating that I got injured when I did.”
Cameron is closing in on a return to action after three months on the sidelines with an ankle injury.
He said: “It’s been a frustrating time. I hoped to get back sooner but the ankle specialist I saw at the time always said it would be eight to 12 weeks.
“I felt I was playing my best football in a long time, and the team were playing really well, and then this injury came along.”