Holloway: It’s up to Karl and his agent

QPR midfielder Karl Henry
Ian Holloway says the onus is on Karl Henry to find a new club after being told he can leave QPR.

West London Sport recently revealed that Henry, 34, had been training with Rangers’ development squad and was free to leave Loftus Road following a fall-out with boss Holloway.

Henry is not in Holloway’s first-team plans and will fall even further down the pecking order if QPR sign a midfielder during this month’s transfer window.

West London Sport revealed on Tuesday that Rangers are keen on Manchester United’s Sean Goss, either on loan or a permanent deal.

Holloway said: “It’s up to Karl and his agent really. I’ve got other midfielders and I might also be able to do something in that area.”

Goss, 21, is keen to play first-team football and a number of Championship clubs have expressed an interest in him.