The Republic of Ireland international helped QPR to Championship play-off glory at Wembley, and has been linked with a £1million permanent move to Loftus Road.
However, the 30-year-old claims his future is uncertain, and has not ruled out a return to Molineux, where Wolves will enjoy Championship football next season after being crowned League One champions.
"I'll have no problem going back and everyone is perfectly civil and fine with me. It's not a case people don't talk to me," Doyle, who is currently on international duty with Ireland in the USA, said in the Express & Star.
"They have decisions to make and they'll make them. When I'm back it will be enjoyable training and we'll see then.
"It's up in the air, I am here until the end of the USA trip and back to Wolves on July 7, that's all I know, that's the only guarantee I have.
"There is nothing said and nothing has been guaranteed. That's fine. I'm used to that. I've a year left at Wolves and that's the only thing that's certain.
"It's all fine, I enjoyed my loan move, though. It was fantastic and it will be interesting to see what happens."