Relegated outfit start making plans for next season.
Queens Park Rangers are believed to be keen to keep hold of mercurial playmaker Adel Taarabt at Loftus Road next season, according to reports in the Sun.
The hugely-talented Morocco international has only featured sporadically for the west Londoners in the Premier League this campaign, despite them spending the whole season battling relegation to the Championship.
However, with a contract that lasts until 30 May 2016, QPR owner Tony Fernandes is under no pressure whatsoever to have to sell the 23-year-old when the transfer window opens on 1 June.
In fact, the club are understood to value Taarabt at £15 million, despite the fact that the attacker has featured in only 27 top-flight matches so far this season under both the club’s head coaches, Mark Hughes and Harry Redknapp, scoring only five goals and creating just five more for team-mates as well.
But, if a suitor were to meet QPR’s valuation of their player, then it will be interesting to see just how strong the club’s resolve to keep him in the capital next season really is.