Several clubs are showing an interest in QPR forward Paul Smyth.
The Northern Ireland international, who recently turned 23, was on loan at Wycombe last season and ended the previous campaign on loan at Accrington.
Smyth was signed by QPR from Linfield in August 2017 and made an immediate impact when he broke into the first team in January the following year.
However, current Rangers manager Mark Warburton and his predecessor Steve McClaren have not been convinced by him.
He has, however, made three appearances this season – all as a substitute – and QPR currently feel they need him because of their shortage of attacking options.
A number of League One clubs have enquired about Smyth and asked to be kept informed if he becomes available.
His QPR contract is due to expire next year.