QPR could face a fight to keep Lyndon Dykes this summer.
The Scotland striker has been in great form since a difficult start for him at Loftus Road and he has now scored six goals in as many matches.
And Dykes, who was signed from Livingston last summer, is now reported to be attracting interest from other clubs.
According to Teamtalk, Rangers’ west London neighbours Fulham are keen on Dykes along with Burnley and West Brom.
His stock is bound to rise further if he impresses at this summer’s European Championships, so it will be interesting to see whether QPR get offers for him in the months ahead.
The R’s have shown a willingness to look north of the border, where manager Mark Warburton previously had a spell as Glasgow Rangers boss.
As well as Dykes, Warburton brought in Lee Wallace, who played under him at Ibrox, and goalkeeper Liam Kelly, who was signed from Livingston and is currently on loan at Motherwell.
And Warburton could look to Scotland again as he looks to add to his squad.
If reports are to be believed, Hibernian defender Ryan Porteous is on QPR’s radar.
The Daily Record say Porteous, 22, has been watched by the R’s but would cost in excess of the £1m Millwall offered when they tried in vain to sign him in January.