Hogan Ephraim keen on Peterborough United extension

Hogan Ephraim of Queens Park Rangers in action during the preseason friendly match between Kelanta FC and Queens Park Rangers at Shah ALam Stadium on July 20, 2012
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Queens Park Rangers winger Hogan Ephraim reveals his desire to remain with loanee club Peterborough United.

Queens Park Rangers winger Hogan Ephraim has revealed that he would like to extend his loan stint with Peterborough United.

The 25-year-old joined the League One outfit earlier this month on a four-week deal.

As a result, he is due to return to Loftus Road early in December, but Ephraim has confirmed that talks between the two clubs have started regarding a fresh deal.

"I'm happy to be playing games again. I've come to a team who like to play football, although the results are not going for us at the moment," the Fulham Chronicle quotes the former England youth international as saying.

"I feel better with every game, so I'm really pleased. Hopefully I can get a few goals and some assists. My loan is up on December 7, but there's some talks ongoing and everyone seems happy to extend it."

Ephraim signed for the R's in 2008, but he has had five loan spells away from the club during that time.

Hogan Ephraim of Queens Park Rangers in action during the preseason friendly match between Kelanta FC and Queens Park Rangers at Shah ALam Stadium on July 20, 2012
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