Julio Cesar insists he's with QPR to stay.
He is in it for the long haul and is determined to play for Brazil when they host the 2014 World Cup.
If he is to do that, QPR need to stay up.
Cesar revealed to The Sun: “My contract is for four years and I hope I will be here all that time. I liked Mr Fernandes the first time I spoke to him. He is a very straightforward person who knows what he wants.
“I’m enjoying the club despite it being a bad situation at this moment.
“The people are great and the atmosphere is good, they are a nice family. Outside the pitch everything is nice and perfect. I’m loving London.
“I hope we start to win with the new coach, Harry Redknapp. I haven’t had much chance to work with him yet but he has a good reputation and you realise he has a presence around the place.”