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Junior Hoilett is at the crossroads when it comes to his next QPR move.

GetWestLondon has learned the Canadian international is torn between staying at a club he likes and where he rekindled his career last season, or backing himself to succeed in pastures new, with Swansea City a reported suitor.

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Even so, Hoilett is one of nine Rs out of contract or at the end of loan spells, with only he and fellow midfielder Karl Henry offered new terms.

However, the winger will earn less than a quarter of the £42,000-a-week he earned over the last four years if he re-signs.

The player has flitted in and out of team since his move from Blackburn in the summer of 2012, where he was frequently the best player in Rovers Premier League starting XI.

But far too often at Rangers, he remained on the periphery to the frustration of three managers in a row.

Under the fourth, last term, he showed glimpses of the reason he was coveted in the first place.

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It’s understood the man who was 26 on Monday appreciates what Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has done for him, but negotiations are still touch-and-go.

He backs himself do well elsewhere, but likes QPR and west London, is the feeling in the Hoilett camp.

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