The Republic of Ireland international ended the 2013/14 campaign on loan at Queens Park Rangers.
He helped them to play-off success at Wembley, with a return to the Premier League secured at the first time of asking.
Doyle concedes that returning to the big time at Loftus Road holds an obvious appeal, but he has been offered no indication that a deal will be done.
It also remains to be seen what Wolves have planned for him, with the Molineux-based outfit also preparing themselves for a step up in class after taking the Sky Bet League 1 title.
Doyle says he is in no position to speculate on his future at this stage, but appreciates that there are likely to be plenty of questions to contend with as the summer transfer window approaches.
He said: "It would be very attractive to play for QPR in the Premier League.
"But there are lots of ifs, buts and maybes and a lot of scenarios.
"Come July it will be the usual merry-go-round. I have to go back to Wolves and see where I stand."