Newcastle United's on-loan striker Loic Remy has yet to commit his future to the Tyneside club, saying he will wait until next summer to decide where he will be.
Remy is with the Magpies on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers, after he initially snubbed Alan Pardew in the first place to join the Rs.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp previously said that Remy was no longer in his plans, yet with the Loftus Road faithful pushing for a Premier League return, they might well bring the Frenchman back to Loftus Road.
Newcastle hope that they can sign Remy permanently, despite the fact the 26-year-old is not committing to anything.
He told The People: "I will look at whatever offers come in - whether they be from Newcastle or whether they be from QPR.
"Then I'll consider what is best for me and for my future career.
"The most important thing at the moment is playing well at Newcastle, then hopefully trying to get a more regular position in the French squad.
"And then, afterwards, I am still a QPR player. I am just here on loan."
A very open Remy added: "I was happy with the choice I made. I believed Newcastle was a great club and it would have offered me a great career but for personal reasons I decided to go to QPR.
"But it was disappointing because we suffered relegation. Now I am really happy to be here at Newcastle."
Remy was named in the starting XI for Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby clash at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, but was substituted midway through the second half as Sunderland went on to claim a 2-1 victory over Newcastle, which was their first win in the Premier League this season, on new manager Gus Poyet's home debut.
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