Last Updated: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 17:41
Want-away QPR winger Hogan Ephraim head set on move to Wolves.
The winger had a trial with Wolves in the summer but a transfer failed to materialise in time before the closing of the transfer window. However, the ex-West Ham trainee is hopeful of a loan move to Molineux with a view to a permanent deal.
Ephraim joined QPR in 2008 and played a pivotal role in helping the R's achieve promotion in 2010-11. Following QPR's rise to the Premier League he was deemed surplus to requirements, subsequently only appearing twice for QPR since 2011.
It looks certain with the depth and quality of the current QPR squad that Ephraim's playing time would again be curtailed this season.
Speaking to the Fulham Chronicle, Ephraim stated: "I went up there for a couple of days, spoke to the manager and it went well. It could happen, It was a move I was hoping would happen before but for whatever reason it didn't go ahead in time.
"I'm waiting to hear whether it'll still happen and I'd be really pleased if it does. To go to a club like Wolves and play for a manager who trusts me appeals to me a lot.
A player of Ephraim's stature will appeal to boss Kenny Jackett as he tries to get his Wolves team back into the Championship at the first time of asking.
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