Queen’s Park Rangers are ready to pounce and end David Healy’s misery at Fulham.

Sunday Life understands QPR, owned by wealthy Italians and who have a major investor in Formula 1 tycoon Bernie Ecclestone, will approach Fulham this week about a possible loan deal.

The transfer window closed nine days ago, but clubs are still allowed to bring players in on loan until the end of the season.

Out of favour Healy (28), who has two and half years left on his contract, would be reluctant to leave Premier League Fulham for a Championship side struggling in 18th position in the table – this despite the fact he has been left out in the cold by new Fulham chief Roy Hodgson for the last two games.

QPR though will offer big money as an incentive and the lure of an ever improving side.

Healy says: “You never know who’s watching games, so it’s up to me to go out and perform.”