Gary Borrowdale would rather play for lowly Southend than waste his time at QPR.
The angry defender made it known after a showdown with club bosses this week when he demanded to know why the club bought him in the first place if they weren't going to give him a chance.
As a result, the disgusted defender is ready to drop down a league and give it a go on-loan with the Shrimpers rather than twiddle his thumbs at Loftus Road
The irony is Rangers were almost willing to pay around £800,000 last season for the left-back but decided on shelling out another £400k to Hull for Damien Delaney instead.
And it was the Irishman's form in November and early December at the time QPR signed Borrowdale permanently from Coventry for a knockdown £125k that's seen the 23-year-old begging to get away.
An Rs source said: "You have to feel for the lad. He thought he would be given a chance, and boss Paulo Sousa was thinking about offloading Delaney before he came back into form.
"But Borrowdale wasn't match fit when he came to Rangers, and either Matt Connolly or Delaney can fit into the left-back spot, so it could be that Gary will be sold at the end of the season without ever playing for the club."
Rangers were tying up loose ends last night for a permanent free transfer of midfielder Adam Bolder to Millwall.