Dylan McGeouch is set to make a decision on his future following his Scotland debut.
QPR want the Hibernian midfielder, whose contract expires this summer.
Brentford have also shown an interest too and Fulham also had him on their radar prior to recently winning promotion back to the Premier League.
Blackburn have offered McGeouch a contract, while Aberdeen have long been keen on him and are an option if he decides to leave Hibs but stay in Scotland.
There have been reports that Hull and Bristol City are also interested.
The 25-year-old, who featured in internationals against Peru and Mexico, told the Daily Record: “I put all talk about my future on hold.
“I knew I was coming away with the Scotland squad so wanted to get that out of the way and hopefully win a couple of caps.
“Now I will return home, sit down with my representatives and take it from there.
“I wasn’t in a rush to make any decision until now. It was all about winning my first cap and enjoying my first international experience.”