Supposed QPR target Saman Ghoddos has broken his silence surrounding a potential move in January.
The striker, who was widely linked with a move away from current club Ostersund says that his future is in the hands of his club and his agent, as speculation looks set to begin ahead of the transfer window re-opening.
Speaking to Fotbol Direkt, Ghoddos said: “I have two years left on my contract with Östersund, so it’s up to Kindberg (OFK chairman) and my agent if I stay or go.”
Reports suggested that the Hoops made a bid in the region of £1.9m over the summer for the front-man who has enjoyed competing in the Europa League this term for the Swedish side.
However news of the offer was never confirmed from the west London side.
Speaking to Fotboll Direkt over the summer, Ostersund Chairman Daniel Kindberg said: "I will not comment on the details, but we have received bids.
"If there is a good bid for both the club and the player, then we will listen. I would not mind 40m Krona (£3.8m), but we have not set a fee because we are not at that stage yet.”
According to HITC, the Swedish club are now holding out for a fee in the region of 50m Krona (£4.5m), a fee which is surely out of reach for the Hoops in their current situation.
Spending at Loftus Road was limited over the summer as they awaited news on their Financial Fair Play hearing, and with the news that they are set to face a hefty fine, the chances of splashing this amount on a striker unproven in England are minimal.