Glenn Murray's time at Watford could soon come to an end with the striker in talks to join Queens Park Rangers.

Having joined on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion at the start of the season, the striker has made just six appearances in all competitions for the Hornets and has not featured since a 1-1 draw with Wycombe Wanderers in October.

The club have been considering options for Murray for some time now, with the player keen to play as much as he can, and a loan move elsewhere thought to be best for all parties.

Harrow Times:

While new head coach Xisco Munoz did hint that he may be willing to give Murray a chance, saying “I think he’s good for us,” it appears a move is still being lined up.

Talks are continuing between the three clubs and the player regarding a possible solution, but are understood to be advancing positively.