A number of players at QPR are playing for their future this season, with their contracts at Loftus Road set to expire at the end of the season.
The decision to allow their deals to run down looks to be part of a strategy to make players perform for their futures, while also ensuring that the club are not financially over-committed in terms of long-term contracts.
But what does the future hold for the 10 players who's contracts are set to expire?
Using website www.transfermarket.com we assess what the future could hold for the Hoops stars.
Things look bleak for the defender in terms of his future at Loftus Road, with the defender seemingly unable to break into Ian Holloway's plans.
The 25-year-old is one of the top earners at the club, and based on his inability to consistently challenge for a place in the first team, it's hard to see how he could earn himself a new deal between now and next summer.
The QPR captain is also one of the top earners at the club, but in contrast to Caulker he has somewhat justified his salary, being a regular starter for the club since arriving five years ago.
Onuoha is likely to come straight back into the QPR team when he returns from injury, and he'll certainly be a player that Ian Holloway will want to keep around past the summer.
In this instant his future at Loftus Road will most likely come down to being able to negotiate the right deal for both parties.
The 32-year-old is the perfect role model for young QPR players coming through, giving 110% both in training and on the pitch on a Saturday.
Mackie is still more than capable of playing a big part for the first team, and based on current performances it could be a good move to secure the forward for another year, even as a valuable squad player.
The defender is another player who is likely to force his way back into Ian Holloway's team when he returns from injury.
At the age of 32, the former-Newcastle man has a wealth of experience, and if the club can strike the correct financial deal for both parties, it could be a great bit of business for both sides.
The former Liverpool man has really shown what he's capable of this term.
Robinson has had a torrid time with injuries over the last few years, but if he can maintain his fitness over the rest of this season then it would be a fantastic bit of business to secure the 24-year-old past the summer.
QPR's forgotten man, the situation surrounding Jay Emmanuel-Thomas is something of a mystery.
The forward is still earning significant wages at Loftus Road, and it seems a dead cert that the 26-year-old will be ushered out of the exit door next summer, unless he can be offloaded in January.
The goalkeeper is a real talent and based on his reputation at the club his future appears to be in his own hands.
The 22-year-old faces a real challenge to break into the first team set-up, but if he continue showing what he's capable of then he may well be rewarded with an extended contract.
The Canadian international's situation is an interesting one.
Having established himself as his country's first choice right-back, the challenge for the 22-year-old now is to force his way into Ian Holloway's team.
If he's to have a long-term future at the club, you'd think Petrasso would need to be knocking at the door of Holloway's team; something which he doesn't seem to be doing at present.
One thing is for certain, the next six months could be make or break for the winger-turned-defender.
The forward is enjoying a good season so far, having hit the ground running both for QPR's under-23s and the Republic of Ireland under-21s.
At 20 years of age, the striker has gone on record saying he's now looking for a loan move to secure first team football, something that he'll hopefully be able to get in January.
The future is bright for Grego-Cox, and if he can keep progressing at this rate then QPR would be foolish not to secure his future.
The 20-year-old looks a real talent and has looked solid in his performances for the under-23s this season.
Similarly to Grego-Cox, the defender may be looking for first team opportunities soon, with a loan move possibly being an ideal chance to show what he can do.
Kakay certainly has a future in the Football League, and if he can carry on developing with the Hoops then he could be a name to watch out for in the coming years.
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