Date: 28th June 2011 at 3:38pm
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ROB HULSE has reportedly snubbed a loan move away from Loftus Road after rejecting the advances of Millwall. He has vowed to stay and fight for his place at QPR and has stated his determination in forcing his way into Neil Warnock`s Premier League plans.

Having signed from Derby last August, Hulse has struggled in cementing a regular starting place in an Rs side that walked to the Championship title. The 31 year old only managed to net twice in 21 league appearances and Warnock has already stated his desire at signing a new striker for the upcoming season.

Despite this, Hulse has vowed to stay at QPR and battle for a spot in the manager`s starting XI.

His agent has stated: ‘Rob is aware of the interest in him but he is focusing solely on QPR at the moment. He wants to play Premier League football.`

His priority is to be in the manager`s squad on the first day of the season.`


It is evident big decisions will have to made by Warnock as to who he wants to lead his attack as they face the formidable challenge of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.

 

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