QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar wants to remain in London next season should they go down.
Cesar is adamant he regardless wishes to continue to play in the Premier League and insists he has no intention of undermining his time at Inter by moving to Milan.
"I'm still an Interista in my heart," he told Corriere della Sport. "I'm learning a new language in London, the city is beautiful and my family is happy.
"I was certainly not treated well by Inter. I love Italy, but I've been won over by the environment here."
Fulham were in January interested in recruiting a new goalkeeper although Mark Schwarzer's return to form means that stance may have changed, West Ham had attempted but failed to sign Paul Robinson and the Arsenal future of Wojciech Szczesny remains uncertain.
Should Watford gain promotion to the Premier League there is also a chance he could join their growing overseas contingent but the likelihood of each remains to be seen.