QPR forward set to depart this summer

16:03 19 June 2012

DJ Campbell is confident he can re-discover his goalscoring form

DJ Campbell is confident he can re-discover his goalscoring form


Campbell accepts his future lies away from Loftus Road

DJ Campbell is in negotiations with a number of clubs as he seeks to leave QPR this summer.

Campbell fell down the pecking order of forwards at Loftus Road during an injury-hit 2011-12 campaign, and his chances have further been limited by this week’s arrival of striker Andy Johnson from neighbours Fulham.

The 30-year-old former Blackpool man has received no assurances from manager Mark Hughes over his QPR future, and has now accepted that he will have to leave in order to find regular first-team football.

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