The 26-year-old shone for the Super Hoops as they slipped out of the Premier League last term, netting 18 goals for the London side.
His form led to an England call-up – albeit he didn’t play – and, naturally, since QPR’s relegation was confirmed interest has been significant.
Spurs and Newcastle are two high-profile clubs thought to be looking at him as the September 1st transfer deadline looms, and Hill says that the speculation is “unsettling” for his team-mate, whose future may not be sorted until the close of the window:
“We won’t know probably until the last day of the window.” He is quoted by the London Evening Standard. “There’s a lot of attention on him, he doesn’t know where he is going to end up. Obviously, it’s very unsettling for him,”
QPR boss Chris Ramsey has already admitted that the R’s are expecting to lose Austin to a top tier side after his impressive 2014/15 campaign.