QPR manager Neil Warnock has declared that striker Heidar Helguson may not play against Norwich on Saturday due to injury problems.
The Icelandic International has been on fire recently scoring five goals in five games after finding the net twice in their 3-2 victory over Stoke on Saturday.
Warnock could only choose five substitutes for last weekend's clash due to serious injury problems within his squad.
"Sadly Brian Murphy is going to be out for a few weeks with the calf injury he picked up [in the warm-up], but Jason Puncheon is back in training [after tonsillitis]," said Warnock to QPR's official website.
"Unfortunately, Heidar has not joined in yet this week and there's a doubt over him for Saturday's game at Norwich. Luke [Young] came off with a knee injury as a precaution, but we are optimistic he is going to join in training on Thursday."
QPR defender Armand Traore is also not 100 per cent fit, which was evident when he was struggling against Stoke even though he managed to play the whole game.
"He has got a persistent thigh problem that we're managing," said Warnock.