New QPR boss Mark Warburton is hopeful Luke Freeman will stay at the club.
Middlesbrough had offers for Freeman rejected last summer and have been tipped to renew their interest in the midfielder.
And Leeds United have also been linked with a move for Freeman, who enjoyed an outstanding season.
However, Warburton has told West London Sport that he is planning for life with rather than without the former Arsenal youngster.
“Not until I hear otherwise,” Warburton said when asked if he was planning for next season with the expectation that Freeman will move on.
“Luke is a very talented player, has won player of the year awards etc.
“I remember watching him at Barnet playing for Arsenal reserves and trying to get him.
“I couldn’t get him then, so to have him here now is a pleasant surprise and I’m delighted to work with players of Luke’s quality.
“I only want players who want to be here – that’s not referring to Luke, that’s in general. You want players who want to play for QPR and want to get better every day.
“Luke’s a very, very talented individual. I can see where he plays in one of my teams and the impact he can have, so I hope very much that going forward we can get a lot out of Luke.”