Huddersfield Town have made a second bid for QPR target Andy Yiadom, according to Sky sources.
The Hoops are reportedly interested in Barnsley defender Andy Yiadom, but they now face competition for his signature - from Premier League newcomers.
The Terriers have already been very active in the transfer market this summer, and are keen to add the highly-rated full-back to their ranks.
Yiadom only joined Barnsley last summer on a free transfer after a series of impressive performances for League Two outfit Barnet.
But interest has grown further in the player since he made his debut for Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations earlier this year.
Yiadom, who has also played for Hayes & Yeading and Braintree, has another year left on his contract at Oakwell, but is understood to have snubbed the offer on a new deal as a result of the interest from other clubs.
However, if QPR are to make a move for Yiadom, they will have to put their hands deep into their pockets, with Barnsley putting a price tag of close to £2million on the former England C international, according to The Sun.