Despite Akos Buzsaky starring for QPR in their FA Cup win over MK Dons last night he is still available for a transfer away from the club, sources around the club are rumouring.
The Hungarian international, who has only played a handful of games over the past two seasons at Rangers, has been impressive since being thrust into the first team fold under new manager Mark Hughes. He played 60 minutes at Newcastle on Sunday in their 1-0 defeat and 70 last night before his fitness levels ultimately told.
There were at least ten scouts from Football League clubs watching the talented midfielder last night, but Buzsaky is keen on staying at Rangers and fighting for his place.
However, sources around the player have suggested that the only club he would be willing to move to permanently would be Blackpool, who have Ian Holloway in charge – the man that signed the player from Porto B in 2006.
Buzsaky has fantastic ability from dead-ball situations and it is that, and his eye for goal, that has triggered the interest from Holloway.
He is seen as the ideal replacement for Jonjo Shelvey, who returned to Liverpool last month after a successful loan spell which saw him net six times for the Seasiders.
Buzsaky first came to the attention of English clubs under now Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinhio at Porto. He only ever made a few first team appearances at Porto but was highly thought of in those parts and moved to Plymouth six seasons ago.
He then was snapped up by QPR for £500,000 in 2008 and has made over 90 appearances for the club scoring 21 goals.