Rangers ideal for Ainsworth
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The experienced wide-man has made just four substitute appearances for The Dons this season, after rejoining the club at the back end of August.
Ainsworth believes a move to QPR would be ideal, due to his relationship with manager Ian Holloway and also his desire to stay in England's capital.
"QPR would be ideal for me," revealed Ainsworth. "They get good crowds and I've met Ian Holloway before.
"If he's looking for a wide player I'm an old fashioned winger and an adopted Londoner, so it would really suit me.
"I just want to play. I'm not happy in the reserves and I'm hoping someone will come in for me now. Wimbledon have said I can go out on loan."
The former Preston star does not regret returning to Selhurst Park, but points to injury problems behind his current inability to break into the team.
"I feel I've been unlucky," added Ainsworth. "Now I'm fit again I've this really good youngster (Jobi McAnuff) in front of me.
"I'm still only 29 and am desperate to play first team football in front of a crowd, instead of playing in the reserves.
"I've had this fantastic rapport with fans wherever I've played and it's something I thrive on. I miss that and it's frustrating."