Ben Gladwin has told Queens Park Rangers’ official site that he is desperate to keep playing for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side between now and the end of the season.
QPR look destined to finish in mid-table this term, meaning that they have little left to play for this campaign.
However, for Gladwin there is no thoughts about the break over the summer - as he is determined to break into Rangers’ starting line-up for next campaign.
The 23-year-old has endured a difficult first season at Loftus Road, having moved from Swindon Town last year.
Gladwin has made just two Championship starts, but he has featured in three of Rangers’ last four matches.
And Gladwin said: “I just want to be involved as much as possible between now and the end of the season.
“It's an opportunity for some of us who haven't featured as much to come in and show what we can do.
“The gaffer is experimenting a bit ahead of next season, so it's an opportunity for us to stake a claim.”
QPR’s remaining fixtures come against Burnley and Bristol City, and Hasselbaink has already suggested that he will continue to tinker with his line-up in these fixtures.
It means that Gladwin is likely to continue to receive opportunities, as Hasselbaink looks to see which players he wants to keep around for next season.