QPR are discussing a new contract for goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.
Rangers are set to reward the 33-year-old for his outstanding displays since moving to Loftus Road from Sheffield United in 2010.
Kenny, the club’s current player of the year, looks likely to sign an improved deal in the near future.
He kept 24 clean sheets as Rangers stormed to the Championship title last term and has impressed in the top flight this season.
R’s manager Neil Warnock regards Kenny as one of the best keepers in the country and once recommended him to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
The Republic of Ireland international has played under Warnock at QPR, Sheffield United and Bury.