QPR manager Mark Warburton says he has no plans to bring in another goalkeeper.
It comes after Heinz Lindner was linked with a possible move to Rangers. It was claimed that Warburton invited the Austrian keeper for a trial.
“I’m happy with the keepers I’ve got,” said Warburton, whose side face Millwall in a London derby at The Den this weekend.
Warburton signed keeper Liam Kelly in the summer to challenge Joe Lumley, who has so far managed to keep his place.
Dillon Barnes was brought in as a back-up option, while Seny Dieng signed a new QPR contract before joining Doncaster on loan.