QPR have ended their interest in Hendon striker Niko Muir, at least until the summer.

A representative from the club was in attendance as Muir starred in Hendon's drew 3-3 with Folkestone on Saturday, but have told the club they won't be following up their interest just yet.

It's thought question marks over whether the 24-year-old was capable of making an immediate impact in the Championship was the reason for puling out of the deal.

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The forward had recently been on trial with the Hoops and featured in their behind-closed-doors friendly with Chelsea.

QPR haven't closed the door completely on a move, as they intend to keep an eye on the 24-year-old over the coming months with the potential for a summer move.

However they face competition for the striker, with an unnamed Championship club and two League Two clubs also sniffing around.

Hendon are expecting to receive a bid for Muir before the end of the transfer window, meaning QPR could miss out on the powerful frontman.

When asked, QPR declined to comment on speculation surrounding Niko Muir.

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