QPR defender Angel Rangel is unsure about his future at the club beyond this season.
The 36-year-old joined the London side on a free transfer last August having previously been at Swansea City. He has played 19 games in all competitions for the Hoops, chipping in with two goals and two assists.
The Spaniard was snapped up by Steve McClaren, who has now departed the club. The Hoops are currently in the hunt for a replacement.
Rangel, who has been out injured for the past few months but has now returned to action, has admitted his future at Loftus Road is up in the air, as per a report by Football.London: “I’ve had some conversations but not much. At the end of the day I’ve been out for a long time and all we’ve been saying is I need to prove that my injury is fine, which it has been”
“It’s about trying to get to that level that I probably got before the injury where I thought I was performing well, and if I can do that until the end of the season, hopefully we can have talks. I’m happy staying here for next season but it’s out of my hands – all I can do is do my best every day in training and in the games and we’ll go from there.”
QPR take on Millwall at the Den tonight and caretaker boss John Eustace will be looking to gain a positive result before passing on the baton to a new manager.