Date: 14th January 2010 at 7:55am
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Queens Park Rangers transfer target Nigel Quashie says he would welcome a move back to Loftus Road.

The West Ham United midfielder has fallen out of favour at Upton Park and is seeking a move away from the Hammers.

Rangers are reportedly launching a bid to sign their former youth product, who was in attendance as they were defeated at home by Sheffield United in the FA Cup.

He told Sky Sports that the club still means a lot to him and he knows what supporters wants as a self-professed Rangers supporter.

‘There hasn’t been any contact from the club (QPR) so far, but the scenario at West Ham needs to be sorted out first,’ he said.

‘I reckon it is just a matter of time before I move on, but whether that will be going back to QPR is another thing.

‘It is a club that I love and where I started out as a kid, so it is a club close to my heart. I still try and go to watch them play as often as I can and have been a supporter since childhood.

‘The club means everything to me and so to be linked with them is a great feeling. I know what the supporters want there because I am a fan myself, so it is a fantastic football club and I’d love to see an offer from them on the table.’


The midfielder has had injury problems in recent seasons, helping put pay to his West Ham career, but a recent positive loan spell at the MK Dons has helped rekindle his career.




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