Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ákos Buzsáky wants to concentrate on his football after the alleged incident with former boss Jim Magilton
The midfielder has come back into the side following a knee complaint and has received the backing of the more vocal supporters at Loftus Road since his reintroduction.
While his performances on the field have been below the standard supporters have come to expect from such a talent, he is keen to keep playing – stating his love for Queens Park Rangers.
‘I don’t really want to talk about all that but I have another two years contract and I’m really happy here.’ he told the Ealing Gazette.
‘I love QPR and I love London. Everybody who knows me, knows I’m happy and why would I want to leave this club if I’m happy?
‘The only thing I’m thinking about is getting back to playing well again. I had an injury to my left knee and I was out for 10 days so it was really important for me to come back in the team and cross fingers, it is OK now.’
Buzsáky had been rumoured to be leaving Loftus Road in January but this latest report will only serve to quell spectulation.
The midfielder has made 53 appearances since signing permanently from Plymouth in 2008 – a spell that has been blighted by knee and ankle injuries.
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