QPR manager Mark Hughes has not ruled out bringing striker DJ Campbell back into the fold this season after his loan spell at Ipswich.
The 30-year-old frontman has only featured twice since Hughes took the helm in January and has been sent on a three-month loan at Portman Road, scoring on his Tractor Boys debut in last Saturday's defeat to Cardiff.
The manager is looking at all of his striking options following a long-term injury to Andy Johnson.
Hughes says Campbell, who is in the final year of his Rangers contract, could have a part to play in the New Year.
"We're looking at all our options," the Welshman told the Fulham Chronicle.
"Obviously DJ's not played for us but circumstances change very quickly in football and fortunes of players and clubs change very quickly.
"DJ needs to go and get some games, but you never say never in this game."