QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says the club is remaining realistic in regards to keeping Loic Remy at the club.
The 26-year old French striker has scored five goals in 11 appearances since joining the relegated R's from Marseille in January prompting Fernandes, who signed he and Christopher Samba for Harry Redknapp, to suggest he may look to stay in the Premier League.
"I think you've got to be real, it's a World Cup year," he said on London Call-In.
"There are lots of players who can play in their national team, I think in some case Loic - it's a drug isn't it? When you're playing against the big sides and you want to do that. Loic is probably at the peak of his career and he wants to do that.
"I'd love him to stay. Both Chris and Loic are two players I signed, I went out and got them against the odds and I'd love them both to stay but we're going to have to see."