CLINT Hill is ready to snub a move to Leeds United to stay at QPR.
The versatile defender is out of contract in the summer, but is in preliminary talks over a new deal in W12 after an impressive second half of the season.
Hill's QPR career looked over when he was shipped out on loan to Nottingham Forest earlier in the year, but he played a major part in the R's survival bid under Mark Hughes .
The 33-year-old's exploits earned him the player of the year prize at Loftus Road , and boss Hughes wants to reward him with an extension.
Former Rangers manager Neil Warnock is keen to bring Hill to Elland Road, but the former Tranmere trainee wants to stay at the Premier League club.
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