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QPR boss Harry Redknapp has offered Yossi Benayoun a trial at Loftus Road but is is yet to hear back from the Israel international.
"Someone rang me about him a week ago and I said I'd be interested enough to look at him and see how he looks, but I haven't heard anything more," Redknapp told West London Sport.
"We don't need anyone but you just never know. We've lost Tom Carroll for a few games and things do happen."
I was the guy who threw the bottle at Joey Barton.
QPR lost their unbeaten league record at league leaders Burnley on Saturday and Joey Barton was struck by a bottle of coke thrown at him by home supporters.
It was the only negative for Burnley after another impressive performance at Turf Moor.
QPR have signed USA international centre-back Oguchi Onyewu, who has been training with Harry Redknapp's side in recent weeks having been released by Sporting Lisbon at the end of last season.
– QPR and USA defender Oguchi Onyewu
QPR are a club with huge ambitions to return to the Premier League and I wanted to be part of it.
I had a really good feeling about QPR from the moment I arrived here. I’ve been welcomed by the club and I feel good here already.
I’ve already integrated well into the group, so I’m looking forward to what will hopefully be a very successful and happy time here.
During his appearance on the latest Jonathan Ross show, Harry Redknapp tells us about the time he brought on a mouthy fan to play for West Ham during a pre-season friendly.
Former Burnley captain, Clarke Carlisle, talks to Granada about his new book: You don't know me but ... A Footballer's Life.
The ITV co-commentator talks of alcoholism, his attempted suicide, his fall-out with old boss Kevin Blackwell, and his anger at Rio Ferdinand over the Kick It Out campaign.
England boss Roy Hodgson has admitted it was a scrap for survival with QPR that brought Andros Townsend to his attention as a possible international star of the future.
"I know quite a lot about the young players at Tottenham because they have a lot of them," said Hodgson.
"Tom Carroll is one, Kyle Walker and Kyle Naughton and also Andros Townsend. These were players I had been following all through last year.
"But when Andros got the loan move to QPR and did so well there it really alerted us.
"I have seen him play a lot of times for Tottenham this season, as have my staff, and he has more than replicated those QPR performances.
"He has made us sit up and think about him even more."