QPR striker Loic Remy has suggested he will look to stay in the Premier League next season after revealing his love of the division.
French international Remy has been linked with a host of clubs in the top-flight after QPR’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed at the weekend.
Remy is being tracked by Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham while Everton manager David Moyes would also love to sign the marksman.
The 26-year-old is expected to be sold in the summer, having proved himself with five goals in 11 games for QPR – including a wonderstrike againast Wigan – after signing for £8m in January from Marseille.
When asked whether the English game suited him, Remy said: “I feel like it is, in every way. There’s more pressure and there’s more contact, though there is more space, too.
“They play deep here and I like that. It’s the perfect League for me.”
Arsene Wenger wants to activate Remy’s release clause installed in the event that QPR would be relegated, while Liverpool are keen on securing him as a replacement for the banned Luis Suarez and Tottenham are considering the former Nice hitman as they draw up attacking targets for the summer.