SEE WHY: ”There is no urgent need for QPR to bring in another striker.”

Gareth Ainsworth asserts that he does not see a pressing need for QPR to sign a new striker.

Since the transfer market closed, Rangers have considered prospective additions because a number of players are now without teams.

One of them is Chris Martin, whose short-term deal at Loftus Road expired at the conclusion of the last campaign.



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But manager Ainsworth feels that Rangers are in good shape since Lyndon Dykes is back from injury and Sinclair Armstrong performed well in the Scotland forward’s absence.

Rayan Kolli, a young player who was just added to the first-team roster, has also made an impression.

“I’ve heard people asking, ‘Are we getting a striker in?’,” Ainsworth remarked.

“Well, with Lyndon and Sinclair and Rayan Kolli and Charlie Kelman – and probably Alfie Lloyd underneath them – we’ve got strikers at this club.

“It’s about time some of these young boys got a chance. We’ve given Sinclair the chance and look what he’s done. And Rayan Kolli is doing really well.”

Dykes, who was recently sidelined by a knee injury, is expected to return to the QPR side against Sunderland on Saturday, while Ziyad Larkeche could make his full league debut for the club.

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