QPR have confirmed they are willing to let unsettled keeper Lee Camp go for the right price.
Two weeks after Informer Sport made it plain Camp was unwilling to play second fiddle, Rangers sporting director Gianni Paladini admitted today that Camp can leave if another club comes in for him.
Camp, 24, has lost his place to summer signing Radek Cerny and is keen to play first-team football.
"I understand his position and we won't stand in his way," said Paladini.
"Lee's a good, young keeper but isn't in the team at the moment and he wants to play. If he goes we will want to sign another keeper."
Camp had two spells on loan at QPR before completing a £300,000 move to the club from Derby in 2007.
He is popular among Rangers fans - some of whom continued to chant his name in matches where Cerrny was reckoned to be less than solid between the sticks.