Queens Park Rangers midfielder Massimo Luongo is unlikely to favour a move to the club’s Sky Bet Championship rivals Nottingham Forest according to Get West London.

The 25-year-old Australian international midfielder has been linked with a move to The City Ground in recent months after some impressive showings at Loftus Road.

Despite the possible interest in the player from Forest boss Mark Warburton, it has been reported that Luongo is very settled in London and enjoying his football meaning that it would be highly unlikely that the midfielder would be looking to leave The R’s in the near future.

Luongo moved to England six-and-a-half years ago when Tottenham Hotspur snapped the player up from Australian minnows APIA Leichhardt Tigers. The midfielder made just one League Cup appearance for Spurs and was loaned out to Ipswich Town and Swindon Town (twice).

In August 2013, the player joined The Robins on a permanent deal and Luongo went on to make 104 appearances for the club, scoring 14 goals.

The Australian is now in his third season with QPR after joining the club from Swindon Town in May 2015 along with teammate Ben Gladwin. Luongo has become an important member of The R’s’ squad and the player is arguably playing some of his best football under manager Ian Holloway.

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