Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has said that if one or two players become available in the final days of the transfer window then the R’s will look to act.
The Hoops have had a good month of signings so far with the likes of Charlie Austin, Jordy de Wijs and most recently Stefan Johansen joining the club.
Indeed, they are three experienced players that should bring quality and knowledge to the QPR side, with Mark Warburton telling the press on Thursday morning he was very pleased with the additions they have made to their spine.
He continued, however, to say that if the right players became available in the final days of the window and for a deal that would work for QPR, the club would try and act on it.
QPR fans will be pretty pleased with the window this month.
Bright Osayi-Samuel’s exit is a blow, of course, but he was unlikely to play much in the second half of the season by the looks of things.
The additions that have come in are all good players that should strengthen key areas on the pitch and it just remains to be seen if any more business is conducted.
Indeed, it would appear QPR are open to it but only if the deal is right, which makes sense.