According to reports, veteran defender Clint Hill who was released by Rangers during the summer is on the verge of joining Queens Park Rangers.
The 38-year-old was released by the Gers after being deemed surplus to requirements at the club by manager Pedro Caixinha.
Hill made 31 appearances for Rangers last season and scored six goals. Caixinha however, opted to sign Portuguese defensive duo Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso and decided against renewing the contract of Hill.
He is now set to rejoin the club with whom he played 185 times for in all competitions between 2010 and 2016.
The former QPR captain reportedly arrived at Loftus Road for a trial and played for the clubs developmental side on Monday.
He was also seen in the stands during the clubs Saturday victory over Ipswich Town. Hill will add experience to the QPR team and will be able to act as a mentor to younger players within the squad.