Niko Kranjcar will wait until the end of the season to discuss his future and focus on getting QPR back into the Premier League.
The Croatian international has been with the Rs on a season-long loan from Dynamo Kyiv sine September, scoring three goals in 17 games, including the crucial opener at Ipswich last Saturday.
Boss Harry Redknapp, who also signed Kranjcar for both Portsmouth and Spurs, has made no secret of his desire to make the 29 year old's move to Loftus Road a permanent one.
With having endured a nightmare spell in the Ukraine, a summer move to London would seem a safe bet, but Kranjcar is not thinking beyond promotion from the Championship.
He said: “We're all just focused on getting promoted. I will sit down and talk about my future after that. My aim is to get this team into the Premier League. With the standard of players we have here, that is where we should be.”
Rs will come up against a striker they were linked with both in the summer and in the current transfer window on Saturday when they take on Huddersfield, who instead got Nahki Wells' signature.
But Kranjcar believes Clint Hill and Richard Dunne can keep quiet the man whose winner on his Huddersfield debut last weekend was his 16 goal of the season, following his haul of 26 last term.
He added: “Our defenders can cope with anybody. They have shown that all season, and they showed it again at Ipswich.”