Adel Taarabt insists he is happy to stay at QPR for the whole of this season

30 December 2009 07:32
Adel Taarabt insists he has no intention of leaving Queens Park Rangers before the end of the season.

The Morocco playmaker has caught the eye on loan at Loftus Road from Tottenham Hotspur, but he has dismissed suggestions that he could return to White Hart Lane or move to another club in January.

Spurs have given their blessing for the 20-year-old to stay in west London for the rest of the season unless another Barclays Premier League club come in with an offer next month.

Staying put: Adel Taarabt in action for QPR against Sheffield United two weeks ago

'I'm here until the end of the season and I will not go anywhere else,' Taarabt told the Kilburn Times.

'Tottenham have come to see me play here, but they have not said anything to me about going.'

After struggling for opportunities since a move from Lens in 2007, Taarabt is keeping his options open for the future.

'I'm fortunate to be at QPR. I enjoy it here, everyone is good and I want to stay,' he said. 'I'll keep giving it my best here and next season we'll see what happens.'

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Source: Daily_Mail