Queens Park Rangers have agreed a loan deal to sign Hull forward Caleb Folan, skysports.com understands.
Folan has only recently returned from a loan spell at Middlesbrough and Hull are ready to let the Republic of Ireland international go out on loan again.
Former Wigan man Folan saw his time at Middlesbrough interrupted by injury with the powerful frontman making just one appearance for the Teesside outfit.
Folan is now back to full fitness and QPR boss Paul Hart is keen to lure him to Loftus Road as he looks to bolster his attacking options.
Folan's agent Hayden Evans has confirmed Hull are happy to loan out the 27-year-old and a deal has been agreed between both clubs.
"Hull have advised us they are happy to loan out Caleb," Evans told skysports.com
"The two clubs have agreed a loan deal and now just a few details need to be finalised.
"Caleb was unfortunate with injury at Middlesbrough, but he is now fully fit again."
Folan could be joined by Hull team-mate Daniel Cousin at Loftus Road with Hart also keen on bringing the Gabon international to the West London club on loan.