Holloway assures QPR fans signings are on the way

QPR: Ian Holloway
Ian Holloway has told BBC Radio London he remains confident QPR will further add to their squad.

Rangers are assessing a number of possible options as they look to make signings ahead of next month’s transfer deadline.

Those options are somewhat limited by the size of the current wage bill, debts the club ran up during previous big spending and the restrictions of Financial Fair Play rules.

But manager Holloway expects more new faces to arrive soon.

“We need to try to make some signings,” he said.

“Unfortunately, what has happened before, I am left with and am holding – the bomb has gone off. Our fans might not know that.

“At the minute we can’t do what our owners would love us to do. We’re not allowed to do it at the moment.

“I’m not moaning about it, I’m just getting on with it. Please be patient.

“People have got to be patient. I’m sure a couple of things will be resolved so it’ll allow me to bring in maybe another three or four.

“Our fans want some new faces and the group want some new faces.”

QPR are looking to sign Watford defender Tommie Hoban on loan and remain interested in Barnsley’s Andy Yiadom despite reports of Premier League interest in the right-back.

And Rangers will have more room for manoeuvre if they are able to offload the highly-paid Steven Caulker, who looks increasingly likely to join Celtic on a free transfer.