Potters refuse to deny interest in Nigerian striker
The 32-year old striker could be set to move to the Britannia stadium.
Odemwingie caused controversy by appearing at Loftus road on January 31st, with the aim of wrangling a move away from West Bromwich Albion.
Since then he has been on the radar of several premier league sides.
Stoke City assistant manager Mark Bowen admitted that rates the Nigerian, as well as Canadian Junior Hoilett who has also been linked with the Potters.
Speaking to The Sentinel Bowen said: “We know Junior from QPR and he’s a top player, but I can’t say more than that because he’s a QPR player.
“The same with Peter. But one thing I would say is that he’s got a good record in the Premier League and is a proven Premier League player who’s had a difficult time over the last eight months.”
Mark Hughes has also brought in Moroccan Oussama Assaidi on loan from Liverpool, a signing Bowen is particularly pleased with.
“He’s a very good player who was coveted by a number of clubs.We’ve done our homework on him and he seems to be a player Brendan Rodgers thinks highly of.
“He’s a different option for us. He’s very pacey and very direct. He likes getting at players and committing players when he’s on the ball.”