Last Updated: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 13:57
West Brom's Peter Odemwingie is interested in hearing any offers from QPR as he considers his future at the Hawthorns.
The 31-year-old has been used as part of a rotation system this season under manager Steve Clarke, but he has not been able to find the net as regular as his strike partners, Shane Long and Romelu Lukaku.
With interest from struggling QPR growing the Nigerian may be offered a way out of the club and some regular football.
Although the R's have completed the signing of French forward Loic Remy, Harry Redknapp is still understood to be looking at other options.
Odemwingie has stated that he would like to hear any offers made by the west London club, but Clarke is not willing to let any first team players leave the club, who have made their best ever start to a Premier League season.
The club are in a good position where they do not have to sell key players to get by, a stance that defender Gareth McAuley agrees with.
"Everyone knows the club is run properly and don't have to sell their best players to make ends meet." said McAuley.
"That's great for the club, for the fans, and group of players we have here. I don't think it is a distraction. The lads are professionals."
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