QPR striker Rowan Vine admits his future appears to lie away from Loftus Road as manager Neil Warnock shapes his plans for the forthcoming Championship campaign.
The striker, 27, still has two years remaining on his current deal but - having made just eight league starts last term and failing to earn a place on the club`s pre-season tour of Italy this summer - his opportunities in 2010/11 look remote.
And Vine insists he may have to leave, even just on loan, in order to get regular first-team football as he told the Fulham Chronicle: "I don't mind as I just want to play football. I have not played much during the past two seasons and I would not rule anything out."
He added: "I was available to go to Italy, but they took a selected number and I was not in that so I went down to Cornwall with Ronnie Jepson and the lads and played a couple of games down there instead.
"I am not in the immediate plans because I have not gone on the tour to Italy, which is quite significant."
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