His dad reckons Shaun Wright-Phillips will quit QPR whether or not he’s offered a new contract.
The 32-year-old was a forgotten figure as his team-mates cavorted around in celebration at Wembley on Saturday after victory against Derby in the Championship play-off final.
The 32-year-old made just an unlucky 13 appearances last term and will now look for a new club, according to England legend Ian Wright.
The midfielder-cum-winger joined Rangers in August 2011 for a reported £3.5 million, and for one reason or another never managed to establish himself in the team for a prolonged spell.
Wright thinks he knows why.
“It’s not been for the want of trying,” he said. “When the fans are wanting something from a player of his calibre and it doesn’t quite work out - you can understand his frustration.
“Of course, he’d love to be playing more, but when his confidence is low he tries a bit too hard - and that’s his only crime.
“Sometimes it just doesn’t work out, and he’s tried his best.
"For a player of his Premier League experience not to figure says the writing’s on the wall, but he’s got a career he can be very proud of.”
Wright-Phillips is one of a number of players set to leave, with Luke Young, Aaron Hughes, Yossi Benayoun, and Andrew Johnson most at risk.
All loan players will return to their clubs, and the future is uncertain for out-of-contract Gary O’Neil, Armand Traore and Bobby Zamora - despite his last-minute winning goal against the Rams.