Stefan Johansen has admitted that he doesn’t know where his future lies beyond the end of the season.
The midfielder is under contract with Fulham but faces an uncertain future at the club after falling out of favour under Scott Parker during the last 12 months.
The Norwegian made just two appearances for the Whites during the first half of the campaign before heading out on loan to Queens Park Rangers where he’s been since January.
Since then the 30-year-old has been in wonderful form after making 21 appearances as a key player for Mark Warburton’s side.
Given his performances for the Hoops it’s likely that supporters would be keen to see Johansen back at the club next term, and discussing his future, the midfielder has certainly left the door open to a potential return.
Speaking to QPR’s official website, Johansen said: “It was important we finished the season off with a win and a positive result which we can take into the summer.
“Obviously I don’t know the situation with me yet, that’s something to be decided but it’s always good to have a positive end to the season which you can bring into the next one, so we will see.
“Personally, I don’t know what’s going to happen, I have one more year on my contract at Fulham, but without doubt I can say how much I enjoyed my time here.”
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It’s going to be an interesting summer for Stefan Johansen.
With Fulham suffering relegation from the Premier League it means that the midfielder could be brought back into the first team fold under Scott Parker.
But given that he’s certainly fallen out of favour at Craven Cottage it would take a huge effort for him to force his way back into their plans.
Johansen was wonderful during his time with Queens Park Rangers and I’m adamant that a move to Loftus Road would be hugely appealing for a player who wants to show his quality week in, week out.