Championship side Millwall have identified QPR striker Bobby Zamora as one of their main transfer targets for this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The 33-year old striker is out of contract with the Loftus Road side and despite earning the club promotion into the Premier League he is yet to be rewarded to a level which he deems suitable.
Millwall have now emerged as potential suitors for Zamora and Ian Hollaway is plotting an audacious swoop for the player he managed 14 years ago at Bristol Rovers.
QPR have offered Zamora a new one-year deal. However, contract negotiations have stalled amid reports of a reunion with Hollaway at Millwall.
The 33-year old is currently on a £60,000 a week deal and has been offered another year on those terms.
Although Millwall won’t be able to compete financially, they hope that regular first-team football will tempt the striker to move to the club.