Ryan Manning has had interest from a number of Premier League teams having made the breakthrough into the QPR first team last season.
But the 20-year-old has tied his immediate future to QPR by signing an improved contract extension which will keep him at Loftus Road until 2020.
Manning, who had two years left on his current deal, has signed an improved contract today, adding an extra year to his time with the club.
Having joined QPR as an 18-year-old, Manning was handed his debut by Ian Holloway at Wolves last Christmas, and the midfielder has gone on to become an integral part of the manager’s first-team squad.
He told qpr.co.uk: "I am absolutely delighted to have signed an extension.
"It’s great reassurance for me. Hopefully, in the next three years, we can build something, start finishing at the right end of the table, and then get back to the Premier League.
"It’s been seven months since I made my debut, and it’s a crazy story really when you think about it. To come from Ireland and playing in the League of Ireland to playing regularly in the Championship like I was last season, it’s something I am definitely proud of."