Park Ji-Sung is to meet with boss Harry Redknapp at the end of the season to discuss his future after claims he could quit the game.
The South Korean has suffered a miserable time with injuries this season with the 32-year-old managing just 22 appearances for QPR this season.
In addition to his struggles with injuries, the club’s fight against relegation from the Premier League has taken its toll and the £2million summer signing from Manchester United is reconsidering his future in the game, according to his father.
“Nobody knows the future, but I think he has made his mind up to retire. He thinks he’s played enough,” the player’s father said.
“He’s never had times like this with PSV Eindhoven or Manchester United. My son has had difficult times at QPR this season; it was a new experience to him.
“Ji-Sung said it’s difficult to keep his feel for the game as his playing time is inconsistent, but he doesn’t have any hard feelings.”