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Hughes eyes more signings

Mark Hughes wants more new faces at QPR before the transfer window shuts next week.

• QPR sign Onuoha

Hughes replaced Neil Warnock at the Loftus Road helm earlier this month and has made no secret of his intention to bring in reinforcements.

AC Milan left-back Taye Taiwo and Manchester City's Nedum Onuoha were drafted in this week, while the Rs were thwarted in moves for Brazilian duo Alex and Henrique.

Hughes has been linked with a host of other players and hopes there is more business to be done, with some reports suggesting a move for Wigan's Hugo Rodallega could be on the cards.

"I think there was some talk of that,'' Hughes said when asked about the striker. "As you can imagine there are a lot of conversations going on at the moment.

"Forward players, midfield players, defenders - that is what happens in the January window. In terms of concrete movement on things it really isn't worth discussing individual things until they put the kit on and start training with us.

"January is what it is and is a time when you have conversations with people in regards to the position of players at people's clubs. Sometimes those conversations are misinterpreted as strong interest.''

Hughes was also questioned about interest in Tottenham midfielder Steven Pienaar and Wigan's Victor Moses to which he responded: "These are all names that get bandied about. If you looked at the list of all the players in my office we would be here for a long time.''

One player Hughes confirmed an interest in is Mali international Samba Diakite. "We are hoping to progress that,'' he said. "He is a player I like and I think he will help us. We're hopeful that the conversations we're having will lead to something but nothing is confirmed as yet.''


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