ROB Hulse says his loan move to Millwall could become permanent at the end of the season after admitting his career at QPR is over.
Hulse, who is out-of-contract at Loftus Road in the summer, made his first start for the Lions in their 2-1 defeat to Blackpool last Saturday.
And the 33-year-old is already planning for the future after being told by new Rangers boss Harry Redknapp that he will not be offered a new deal at the West London club.
"Obviously I saw Harry in training and he said he would help me in terms of getting me out on loan, which he did, so I'm pleased," Hulse said.
"We'll see how I get on at Millwall. The option [to make the move permanent] is there at the end of the season, so hopefully I can do well for the manager and the team.
"I've had six or seven clubs and most of them have been great but QPR never worked out because of injuries and several other factors.
"I think I only started 12 games in two-and-a-half years, so it's just nice to get away and get a fresh start. There's a good bunch of lads here and I'm enjoying my football."