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QPR's Park Ji-sung is hoping to play on for another couple of years despite rumours that he is set to retire in 2014

Last Updated: 28/03/13 at 09:11 Post Comment

Park Ji-sung: Denied plans that he is thinking of retiring

Park Ji-sung: Denied plans that he is thinking of retiring

The 32 year-old has struggled at Loftus Road since his high-profile move from Manchester United, and recent reports suggested he planned to hang up his boots once his deal with Rangers runs out at the end of next season.

However, the South Korea international midfielder has played down the rumours and insists he has no immediate plans to call it a day.

Speaking to QPR's podcast Open All R's, Park is confident the club will beat the drop and hopes to stay at Loftus Road for a few more years.

"My contract runs until next season and I have tried my best," said Park. "We will stay in the Premier League so don't worry about that.

"(I want to play on) for a couple more years (with QPR)."

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