QPR midfielder frustrated by ‘lack of clarification’ over his future
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QPR midfielder Hogan Ephraim admits he is disappointed with the club for the lack of clarification over his future.
The 25-year-old has not featured for the Rangers first team for more than 18 months, and revealed this week that he wants to seal a move to Wolves.
Ephraim spent the second half of last season on loan at Toronto, having previously had spells at Bristol City, Charlton Athletic and Leeds United.
However, he revealed that the lack of communication from management after he returned from his latest loan earlier this summer has left him frustrated.
“To be honest the one thing that has really disappointed me has been the lack of clarification about why I’m not playing. There’s been nothing,” said Ephraim.
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“I’m an experienced player and in terms of ability I feel I can play in the Championship and my team-mates tell me that every day.
“But it has been extremely disappointing not to be involved. I came back from Canada hoping to play and it just hasn’t happened and there’s been no explanation.”
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Ephraim joined QPR from West Ham United in 2008, and played a significant part as Rangers won the Championship in the 2010-11 campaign.
He has found opportunities virtually non-existent since, but says he is proud of his QPR career regardless of where he ends up this season.
“I signed for QPR when the club was bottom of the Championship and I had the pleasure of winning the title and being promoted,” he added.
“That was a great time in my career and nothing will take away the memory of that. I do care about QPR and would never want to say anything bad about the club.”