QPR will recall Darnell Furlong and Michael Doughty from their loan spells at Swindon and are considering a move for Leicester youngster Danny Rowe.
Rangers plan to exercise a clause in both season-long loan deals enabling them to recall Furlong and Doughty in January.
Right-back Furlong, 21, is the son of former R’s striker Paul and has made five first-team appearances for QPR.
Midfielder Doughty, 24, (pictured) is in his second loan spell with the Robins.
Both players have impressed during their time at the County Ground.
QPR manager Ian Holloway likes them and is keen to have them in his squad in the new year.
He recently went to see them in action for Swindon in a game against Charlton.
“I watched Darnell Furlong and Michael Doughty. I was buzzing! They played so well the both of them,” Holloway told West London Sport.
“It was like, ‘wow!’. Fantastic. They’re tender but the young one (Doughty) has got 140 games under his belt already.
“When I met them afterwards it was just fantastic. And if I can help young Furs after I helped old Furs – it’s just unbelievable.
“Furs (Paul Furlong) got hammered and I stood up for him. I told people to come to my garden and take me on. You’ve got to stand up for your players.”
Meanwhile, Rowe, 19, is about to enter the final year of his Leicester contract and is potentially available for a move.
He can play as an attacking midfielder or on both flanks.