Reports of a £1m bid by QPR for Huddersfield Town centre-back Joel Lynch are wide of the mark according to sources.

But the expectation is that the London club will continue their pursuit of the 28-year-old Wales international.

And with Lynch entering the final year of his contract, Town could be tempted.

Christopher Schindler, currently with 1860 Munich, is of interest to Town, who have already signed another German centre-back in Michael Hefele from Dynamo Dresden.

But Kelvin Wilson, the experienced defender released by Nottingham Forest, is not believed to be a target.

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QPR boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was on the coaching staff at Forest when Lynch played there.

He started his career at Brighton and Hove Albion and has topped 300 games at club level.

Lynch made 40 appearances for Town in 2015-16, scoring two goals, and is a firm favourite with the fans.

He has made 126 appearances, scoring nine times, since joining on a free from Forest in 2012, when he won his Wales cap against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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QPR signed keeper Alex Smithies from Town for £2m last August.

The Loftus Road side visit Town on Saturday, September 17.