As the race hot’s up for England striker Charlie Austin, the Queens Park Rangers player says that where he will be plying his trade next season all comes down to his agent.
The 26-year-old proved himself in the Premiership last season scoring 18-goals for an under-performing team to attract the attention of Chelsea and Tottenham.
Austin is not thinking about where he will end up saying he will leave all that work to QPR and his agent.
‘What’s going on back at home is for other people to worry about,’ said Austin.
‘That’s for Les Ferdinand, Chris Ramsey, my agent and Tony Fernandes to sort out.
‘For me, I’m here to get my head down and work as hard as I can, hopefully play in a couple of games whilst I’m out here and prepare for Charlton on the 8th.
‘Until I’m told otherwise, I’m a QPR player.