Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes has set his sights on starring in the Premier League in the near-future – but insists he is happy at QPR and he’s focused on trying to fire the R’s to promotion.
Dykes has scored five times in eleven Championship appearances this season, leading former Scotland skipper Barry Ferguson to recently claim he would move to the Premier League sooner rather than later.
Dykes was also linked with a move to both sides of the Old Firm before he left Livingston in a £2million move last year, and the striker admits it is “nice” to see speculation over his future as he targets making his mark in England’s top flight.
“It’s always nice seeing people say stuff like that and, obviously, you do see a few things,” Dykes said [Football Scotland].
“It’s good to see but, obviously, I’m not there yet so that’s something I can’t just look at and think is gonna happen. I need to keep doing my thing and, like I said before, I’m loving QPR and the team that we’ve got.
“It’s really good, experienced, with great youth as well so for me, personally, the focus is this season and internationals to keep doing well and push us into the promotion spots.
“We’ll see what happens from there.
“My head’s down and focused at QPR – but my aim personally is I want to play in the Premier League.”
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