CARL Ikeme could to return to Molineux this week to allow QPR to bring in another loan signing.
The Wolves keeper is due to stay at Loftus Road until April 6, but with Radek Cerny back to full fitness, Neil Warnock is keen to bring in reinforcements in other departments.
The Rangers boss is still in the market for a defender after missing out on Everton's Seamus Coleman last week, while he's also keen on bringing in another striker.
League rules state you can only have five loanees in a matchday squad – QPR have six – and the club don't want to waste money on wages for players sitting in the stands.
And Warnock admitted he might cut short Ikeme's stay in W12 to free up funds to use elsewhere.
He said: "Cerny's fitness is very good. I've told him to be ready.
"There's a possibility we might let him [Carl] go back after Tuesday if we could bring another loan player in.
"It's difficult when you've got five players in your team that are loan players.
"I would like to bring one or two players in, but I'm not bothered about having one keeper on board."