Nedum Onuoha admits he is will be delighted if QPR lose this weekend - as long as they win their relegation fight and his former club Manchester City are crowned Champions.
Onuoha moved to Loftus Road from the Etihad Stadium in January after coming through the youth ranks and played more than a century of games for City.
"If City could finish it off and win the title without finishing us off then I couldn't be happier," he said.
"But QPR staying up is the biggest thing for me, no question. As long as we experience that emotion (of having retained their Premier League status) then everything else is a bonus.
"The Etihad Stadium could be the best place in the world this weekend if they win and we stay up, but unfortunately that is only one of many scenarios.
"But if it happens then there will be hugs for the QPR players and fans first, and then I will give City the credit they deserve.
"I don't think I'd be invited to their party if they win the league as I only played five minutes for them this season.
"But it's all about QPR. It's in our own hands. We know we can't rely on anyone.
"On a personal level it will be emotional, though, going back to where I spent so many years. But to think they could win the league and we could stay up - it would be one of the best days of my career."