Neil Warnock has admitted he might let Carl Ikeme return to Wolves so he can bring in another outfield player.
Goalkeeper Ikeme's loan spell is not due to finish until 6th April but Queens Park Rangers manager Warnock would prefer to boost his options in other areas of the pitch.
Warnock is mindful of only being able to play five loanees at once and Ikeme could be the one to make way despite playing in all five games since he took charge.
The new boss feels he has an adequate replacement in Radek Cerny and is comfortable having no substitute keeper on the bench.
"I've told Radek to be ready," said Warnock. "There's a possibility we might let Carl go back after Tuesday if I could bring in another loan player in another position.
"I've got a bit to think about before Thursday. I'd like to bring in one or two if I could and I'm not bothered about only having one keeper.
"I've never been bothered about outfield players going in goal, although I don't know who yet - I think it would probably be Mikele Leigertwood."