Queens Park Rangers are thought to be weighing up a move for St Johnstone striker Stevie May, according to the Daily Record.
The energetic frontman is thought to have caught the eye of the QPR scouts which could lead to a bid of around £1 million.
May scored his 20th goal of the season last weekend against Partick Thistle and manager Harry Redknapp is wanting to boost his frontline.
The striker was quick to cool reports however: "I have no desire, at this moment, to play anywhere else."
With Bobby Zamora rumoured to be free to leave the club, it leaves Charlie Austin and Andy Johnson as the recognised strikers, so it is certainly an area which needs added depth.
QPR are currently second in the Championship and are hunting down Leicester City in the race for the Premier League.
Redknapp's men will look to close the gap to the top when they take on Burnley at Loftus Road on Saturday.
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