Moroccos Taarabt wants to stay at Queens Park
Queens Park Rangers' Moroccan forward revealed on Thursday that he has no intention of leaving the club adding he is ready to open talks concerning a contract extension with the Premier League side.
The 23-year-old forward has been targeted by several clubs as his contract with QPR will expire the next summer.
"I want to stay at QPR," Taarabt was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
"I have received offers from other Premier League clubs, but my deal is signed until June 2013 and I want to lengthen the contract.
"My agent has a document from the club about their long-term project, and it's very interesting to me," he added.
The international forward presented a string of strong performances with QPR and he played a major role in the club's top-flight survival the last season.
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