QPR midfielder Esteban Granero has moved to reject speculations linking him with a summer move away from Loftus Road.
Rangers produced quite a coup by signing the talented midfielder from Real Madrid, but things have not gone according to plan this season.
With the club deep in the relegation zone, Granero could be forgiven for thinking about leaving in the summer, but he is adamant he has no intention to quit.
“I came here to spend four years here and that is still the case. I’m not the kind of player who wants to leave when things are going wrong, “ the Spaniard told London Evening Standard.
Granero, 25, was heavily linked with Fiorentina and several Spanish clubs in the January transfer window, but he rejected the opportunity to leave Rangers.
“I was able to leave in the January transfer window and I didn’t even think about it.”
QPR face Premier League leaders Manchester United later today and everybody at the club is hoping the Spaniard can help his side record a much needed victory.
Granero has scored just one goal in 19 Premier League appearances this season, but his showings have been much better than the numbers would suggest.