QPR are unlikely to chase three prospective candidates to become their next manager.
One name in the frame, Gary Rowett, will not be allowed by Birmingham City to speak to Hoops, especially as the Brum blues boss has been handed a wedge of cash to boost his squad in the January transfer window.
The man to replace sacked Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will be expected to get by on more limited means bearing in mind Hoops have spent close to £7m since last January themselves, and have chosen the economy route to any future success.
Ally McCoist was close to getting the job ahead of Hasselbaink, but GetWestLondon has learned the ex-Rangers boss of the Glasgow variety, has so far yet to put his head over the parapet this time.
Chris Powell was thought to be a good fit in W12, and has been linked with the Rangers job in the past, but has likewise yet to show interest - even more so after he took the temporary reins at Derby following the departure of Nigel Pearson.