Midfielder insists he won’t walk out on the club.
Jermaine Jenas has vowed to stick with QPR as the club face up to the prospect of relegation according to Sky Sports.
Jenas is ready to help the club fight their way back into the Premier League and has insisted he will break back into the England setup in doing so.
The midfielder has not appeared for England since 2009 after finding his first team opportunities at Tottenham restricted.
At 30 years old, Jenas acknowledges that time may be against him but pointed to the example of Scott Parker, two years his senior, he found himself out of the England squad before finding himself return to the fold.
Jenas found himself behind the likes of Luka Modric, Rafa Van der Vaart and Moussa Dembele in the White Hart Lane pecking order and moved away from the club to QPR during the January transfer window.
Jenas signed an eighteen month deal with the club that saw him reunited with former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp and the midfielder insists he will stick with his new side even if they fail to overcome the seven point gap between them and safety between now and the end of the season.
Jenas revealed he is enjoying life at QPR and has formed a strong relationship with the club’s fans.