QPR manager Ian Holloway has said he is hopeful that the situatiion surrounding defender Steven Caulker may soon be resolved, saying "It would help me and everybody out".
The former England centre-back's time at Loftus Road has had a difficult time of late and recently went public about his battles with depression, gambling and drinking.
In an interview with the Guardian, the 25-year-old hinted that his future would be away from Loftus Road, and has been widely tipped for a reunion with former Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers at Scottish Champions Celtic.
Speaking of his side's defensive frailties, manager Ian Holloway spoke about Caulker saying: "It would help me if if he was fully fit and wanted to play for us.
"At the start of last season we had an experienced centre-back who I haven’t got at the moment, so hopefully his situation might resolve.
"It would help me and help everybody."