Jermaine Jenas is keen to extend his stay at Queens Park Rangers if fresh terms are put to him. The 31-year-old midfielder will see the 18-month deal expire at the end of the season.

He told the Fulham Chronicle: "Would I like to stay? Yeah, definitely.

"QPR took a chance on me when I ruptured my Achilles, and we'll hopefully talk at the end of the season about a new contract.

"There's a few of us in the same situation, and we're fighting tooth and nail to get the club back in the Premier League.

"On a personal level I've been happy with my performances, but I came at a tough time when we were bottom of the league. It's been a weird topsy-turvy experience, but I've enjoyed it."

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