Date:Saturday January 23 2010
Watford loanee Heidar Helguson is enjoying being back at Vicarage Road and would welcome a permanent deal.
Speaking to the Watford Observer Helguson revealed his desire to pen a permanent move to Watford but concedes that anything can happen.
'Yes, I would welcome a move but there is a long way to go and I don't think there is any need to discuss this yet at any length because a lot can happen in the meantime,' he said.
'So when we get closer to the summer then we will obviously sit down and talk.'
The newspaper itself establishes a link between the departure of Heidar and manager Paul Hart, believing that there was some relation between the two exits.
The paper states: Manager at the time, Paul Hart, had told Helguson he would play should he remain at Loftus Road but a loan move to Watford was secured and shortly afterwards, Hart left the club after just five games in charge.
While the Icelandic international has welcomed the move to Vicarage Road, he evidently understands that the unpredictability at QPR at present makes it difficult to plan.
He stated that he doesn't follow all the comings and goings in W12, and is not overly-concerned by the revolving door at Loftus Road.
He added: 'It is not something you think about at all. I do follow what is happening.
'There are a lot of things happening and there is never a dull moment there - it keeps the papers happy and the journalists going.
'Whoever is in there, there is no reason to worry about things because chances are there might be another new one in there in the summer, so we will wait and see then.'
Helguson made one appearance for Rangers since returning from the Hornets, in the FA Cup draw with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.
He was soon on his way once more, with Watford once again his preferred destination after an improvement in their financial situation - but Rangers continue to pay a significant cut of his wages.
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Date:Saturday January 23 2010
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