Bright Osayi-Samuel has been urged to ignore interest from other clubs and stay at QPR for another season.
Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion are among the clubs chasing the winger, who has been outstanding this season.
But QPR assistant manager John Eustace says the 22-year-winger should remain at Loftus Road for the time being.
“If Bright has another season with us – and hopefully he will – then I think he’ll develop into a top player,” Eustace told West London Sport, which recently reported that QPR had turned down an offer for Osayi-Samuel from Belgian side Club Brugge.
Eustace added: “If he ends up leaving, then fair enough. But I do think it would be good for him if he stays.”
Osayi-Samuel was signed from Blackpool in the summer of 2017 and took some time to establish himself as a first-team regular at QPR.
But he has caught the eye along with Ebere Eze and both players have been linked with moves away.
“It’s been a gradual process with Bright,” Eustace said.
“We don’t want to put too much pressure on the youngsters, but they have to go through the stage in their career where they’re developing.
“Bright has been doing that and has been terrific. Both Bright and Ebere have done really well.”