The former Manchester United star’s father had come out with quotes this week saying his son was tired after a season of struggle with injury at Loftus Road and that he would quit the game when the current campaign is over.
The South Korean international has now denied that he is going to quit and says he wants to play on for QPR, in the Premier League, for a further two years.
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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