QPR boss Mark Warburton has insisted key midfielder Eberechi Eze won’t be sold on the cheap.

The 21-year-old has been a standout player for the London side this season and further enhanced his reputation with a brace against Preston North End yesterday.

Premier League scouts have flocked to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium to watch him in action. The likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace have been linked.

Eze, who is 21 years-old, has made 20 appearances for the Hoops this term and has chipped in with nine goals and four assists.

QPR snapped him up following his release by Millwall in 2016 and he made his first team debut for the R’s in a Championship clash against Blackburn Rovers in January 2017.

  Ipswich Town in "advanced talks" with Blackburn Rovers and Swansea City target

He then had a loan spell in League Two at Wycombe Wanderers during the 2017/18 season and scored five goals in 22 games for the Chairboys.

Eze has since nailed down a regular starting spot at QPR and is closing in on 100 games for the club.

When asked about the potential interest in him this January, Mark Warburton said, as per London News Online: “Every player in the world has got a price. January will be interesting. If we go and try to buy a player for £1m they’ll want £2m. Likewise, if we sell one of our players it will be on QPR’s terms.”

  Everton's ex-Wigan Athletic loan man in talks with Blackpool

“He’s a very talented boy who’s working and learning every single day. Long may that continue.”