QPR midfielder Luke Amos is close to a return to action.
Amos is being considered for selection for Rangers’ development side in a match against Hull on Tuesday afternoon.
A potential B team game later in the week is also seen as a possible opportunity for him to get some game time.
Amos, 24, was sidelined by a long-term knee injury he suffered in an away match against Bournemouth last October.
It was the second time he has suffered cruciate ligament damage during his career – he was out for nearly a year prior to joining QPR on loan from Tottenham in 2019.
Amos, whose move to west London was made permanent last summer, was in good form before being injured again.
He recently resumed full training and currently looks on course for a return to first-team action next month.