Talk with the official club websiteQPR-loaned midfielder Stefan Johansen said he “enjoyed” his time at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
The 30-year-old has become a fan favorite at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium since join on loan from Fulham in January transfer window.
Johansen has played eight times for QPR, scoring one goal in the process. The midfielder has been instrumental in R’s recent return to form, scoring five wins.
The Norway international has previously said he is keeping his options open ahead of the summer transfer window. Johansen did not rule out a permanent return to R in the summer after dropping in the pecking order at Craven Cottage.
Now Johansen has reiterated how much he enjoys life with the West London Club.
Speaking to official club website, the Fulham lender said he “loves it” with QPR. Here is what he had to say:
“QPR has a fantastic reputation for being a community club, a family club. I have seen this firsthand since I came here. It gives you a great feeling.
“Talking with the Norwegians R was special. I really enjoyed it, and you can feel what the club means to them and how passionate they are.
“The fans love their club but you can see that they love its values too.
“I like it here, I like the way the manager wants to play, I like the players around me. I think it’s a football team with quality players, and I’m trying to help with my experience.
Johansen clearly enjoying being at QPR as much as the fans love having him, it will be interesting to see if a permanent deal can be made this summer.
The midfielder’s contract at Fulham expires in the summer of 2022. He joined the club in August 2016 and has played 142 times for the Cottagers.
However, he only played twice for Scott Parker’s side in the first half of the campaign, falling out of favor with the Premier League side.