QPR are to offer Angel Rangel an extension to his contract.
Rangel, who turns 36 later this month, joined the club on a five-month deal in August as cover while Darnell Furlong was sidelined.
Furlong is available again after the knee injury he suffered during pre-season, but Rangel has impressed in his absence and Rangers want to keep the Spaniard until at least the end of the season.
Rangel moved to Loftus Road having been released by Swansea City, where he spent 11 years.
He has made 12 appearances since his arrival in west London and was recently described as “the signing of the season” by QPR manager Steve McClaren because of the impact he has made.
McClaren said: “Angel Rangel must be so far the signing of the season. He’s 35 years old, came on trial and we signed him and he’s performed so well.”