Yeovil Town manager Darren Way has confirmed that his side have made an approach for QPR man Sean Goss.
The former Manchester United youngster has fallen out of favour at Loftus Road, with the Glovers being rumoured to be making a move, something which the boss has confirmed to be the case.
Speaking to Somerset Live, he said: "We have made the phone call, definitely.
“He’s someone that’s played in the Championship and someone that I would love to have in my team.
“When you’re off the back of a £100,000 move to Manchester United, and then a £500,000 move to QPR, I’ll let you work the maths out on what his wages are.”
As well as Goss, Yoevil are tracking several other midfield targets, and Way says he is optimistic that they'll secure at least one before the deadline.
He added: “I want to say I’m confident, but at the same time these decisions have got to be passed through agents, and normally the director of football.
“There are a lot of things that have to fall into place. As it stands at the moment there are only one or two players that are 50/50 for Saturday, so it’s not like I’m dealing with players with long-term injuries.
“I think we’re in a position now where we’ve recruited one or two younger players that I feel can stand the test of time, but I still feel that perhaps I may need something in that midfield area.”