QPR boss Neil Warnock is hopeful of sending fringe player Petter Vaagen-Moen out on loan.
The Norwegian midfielder has made just eight appearances for Rangers since his switch to Loftus Road in January, and hasn't featured at all this season.
Loans for others left out of the 25-man Premiership squad are also in the offing with Patrick Agyemang set to sign for Millwall, while Warnock will look to secure short-term deals for Hogan Ephraim and Rob Hulse as a priority.
He said: “I feel especially sorry for Petter. He came as cover for Ali Faurlin, because I thought we would need him when Ali was suffering a bit at this time last season. But he’s just never had a chance to show what he can do.”