Queens Park Rangers are considering a move to pounce for West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce this summer if he ends up leaving his position at Upton Park, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 60-year-old, formerly of Bolton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United, is out of contract with the Hammers at the end of this season, and may not be kept on at the club.
This would interest QPR as they look for a more experienced name to replace current boss Chris Ramsey, who was appointed after the departure of previous manager Harry Redknapp earlier this season.
Ramsey has not looked able to steer Rangers away from relegation, with the club losing six out of seven games since Redknapp left Loftus Road.
Despite looking like heading for the Championship, QPR seem hopeful that they can lure Allardyce to the club, though it is also reported that clubs like Sunderland are after him as well ahead of this summer.