QPR plan to offer John Eustace a new and improved contract after he turned down the vacant Swansea City job, talkSPORT understands.
The Rangers assistant was wanted by the south Wales club to replace Steve Cooper as head coach, whose exit was confirmed earlier in the week.
Rangers had given Eustace the green light to join Swansea, who was also under consideration for the job prior to Cooper’s appoint in 2019.
And following positive discussions between all relevant parties, Eustace looked set to take over at the Liberty Stadium on Monday.
However, a late change of heart saw Eustace turn down the job, with Swansea forced to return to the drawing board.
The west London side also confident that Mark Warburton will put pen-to-paper on a new deal.
Meanwhile, Rangers are set to finalise the signing of former Sheffield Wednesday defender Moses Odubajo.
talkSPORT exclusively revealed last month that Odubajo was on the club’s radar this summer.
Rs boss Mark Warburton, who worked with Odubajo during their time together at Brentford, invited the right-back to join the club for pre-season training with a view to a permanent move.
And after proving his fitness and suitably impressing in training, the green light has been given for Odubajo to be handed a contract.
The 27-year-old also scored a stunning goal in QPR’s 4-2 friendly victory against Manchester United on Saturday at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.