ALEJANDRO Faurlin wants his QPR future sewn up in the next two weeks - not least because top Spanish and Italian clubs are knocking on the door for the influential midfielder.
According to agent Lucas Cominelli , a Serie A side and another from La Liga want to poach the Argentine after he got better and better as a central force for Rangers in his first campaign.
However, both agent and player are waiting to hear back if the Rangers offer of an extended contract until 2014 also comes with the right wages.
Cominelli said: "We have met twice with QPR, and although the extension is good for Alejandro, we hope to sort out one or two other things as well.
“We know (manager) Neil Warnock wants him, and that is encouraging - and everybody wants him to stay.
“But it would be fair to say a Spanish club and a Serie A club have also asked about his availability."
Faurlin was a reported £3.5million record capture from his home country last summer, and after an uncertain start became a vital factor in steadying a Rangers ship rocked by five different managers during the campaign.