BURNLEY striker Nahki Wells says he would jump at the chance to make his Queens Park Rangers move a permanent one.

The 29-year-old is on a second season-long loan in West London and made it seven goals for the season by opening the scoring in the 4-2 win over Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

Wells, a £5 million arrival from Huddersfield on deadline day in August 2017, is out of contract next summer and seemingly surplus to requirements at Turf Moor.

The frontman has not started a game for the Clarets, making just 10 substitute appearances, but appears to have found a home at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium over the last couple of years. 

"That's all stuff that's beyond any of my decision-making of course," Wells told West London Sport when asked about a permanent QPR switch.

"But I think the club, the fans, the board – everyone knows what my decision would be.

"I love it here, it feels like home to me.

"Of course football is a business though and there's a lot more that goes into it than just me saying I'd like to stay here.

"But if it was possible I wouldn't hesitate one bit."

Wells' seven goals this season mean he is already more than halfway to passing the 13 he scored in the whole 2018-19 campaign for Rangers.

The former Bradford City man believes he is thriving under new Rs manager Mark Warburton, the win over Rovers on Saturday leaving them ninth in the Championship heading into the second international break of the season.

"That wasn't really me (last season)," Wells said. 

"A lot of things came into play and a lot of other players didn't perform as well as they thought they could have.

"I'm just delighted to have had the opportunity to come back and I think the set-up this season is a lot better for me to thrive.

"I'm just trying to do what I've been brought in to do which is lead the attack, score goals and help try and move this side up the table which is something I know I'm capable of doing."

Six of Wells' goals this season have come in the league, two of those being braces in the back-to-back wins at home to Luton and at Millwall last month.