HIS manager is not sure – but Stephane Mbia claims he is ready to stick it out in the Championship with QPR.
However, almost in the same five minutes, Harry Redknapp repeated that if the club gets the right offer for the French midfielder, Mbia can leave.
But the man himself reckons he is ready to put the nightmare of last season behind him and stay at Loftus Road.
Seconds after he came on as a second-half sub at Southend on Friday, Mbia rose highest to break his goal duck and immediately ran over to the bench to celebrate.
He explained: “I went there because I didn’t score last year. Everyone was laughing about it, that’s why I ran over.
“I’m 100 per cent happy to stay here. I am happy to work hard under a great manager. Harry is a very, very good man with a good heart. I want to make everything OK. I want the team to start quickly for next season.
“Last season was really difficult for me and my family to go down to the Championship, but I’m willing to work hard.
“I was disappointed for the fans last season. They suffered. I hope the manager gets the chance to keep all the good players and we can win games.”