Junior Hoilett wants Premier League stay

QPR forward Junior Hoilett in action against Stoke on November 10, 2012
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Queens Park Rangers winger Junior Hoilett expresses his wish to stay in the Premier League following his side's relegation.

Queens Park Rangers attacker Junior Hoilett has conceded that he would like to continue his career in the Premier League next season.

Despite the November arrival of manager Harry Redknapp, as well as new players during the January transfer window, the R's were relegated to the Championship last weekend with three matches left to play.

"Of course I want to stay in the top flight - every player does, but that's for the future after the last few games," the 22-year-old told the Fulham Chronicle. "It's been a tough time, there's no doubt. But all I can do is learn from the situation and come back stronger.

"Yeah, I would agree my form has dipped, but that's not entirely surprising given the circumstances, but you can't look back."

Hoilett joined QPR last summer on a free transfer from Blackburn Rovers.

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