Queens Park Rangers are believed to be ready to join the race to sign in-form Motherwell striker Louis Moult according to the Daily Record.

The 25-year-old Stoke-on-Trent born frontman has been on fire for The Steelmen this season with the player scoring 11 goals in just 17 appearances for the unfashionable Scottish Premiership club.

Two of Moult’s goals came at Hampden Park last weekend in Motherwell’s shock Betfred Cup Semi-Final victory over Rangers and it has been reported that representatives from QPR were in attendance at that match as the striker displayed the very best of his goalscoring talents.

QPR are not the only Sky Bet Championship club thought to be impressed by Moult’s scoring spree. Birmingham City and Preston North End are also said to be weighing up transfer offers for the player while Scottish Premiership club Rangers are also tracking the frontman.

Moult joined Motherwell from National League outfit Wrexham in summer 2015 and the player has gone on to net a hugely impressive 47 goals for The Steelmen in just 93 outings. The striker started his career on the books of Stoke City but after a number of failed loan spells to English Football League clubs, Moult dropped into non-league football to launch his career and the player has never looked back.

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