Former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Lewis Wing is expected to sign for Queens Park Rangers on a free transfer.

The 26-year-old, who scored 11 goals in 63 matches across an 18-month spell at Adams Park, is currently a free agent after he declined the offer to have his contract extended with the Chairboys.

Following his exit, he has been linked with a handful of clubs but its looks like QPR, who are currently managed by former Wanderers boss, Gareth Ainsworth, are set to secure his signature.

At the moment, he is training with ex Middlesbrough team-mate, Britt Assombalonga, with the private football performance specialist coach, Luke Jones.

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During his year-and-a-half with Wycombe, Wing played in a deep-lying midfield role which helped him score six goals in eight games across December and February.

This included bagging two braces in wins versus Peterborough United and Derby County respectively.

He would also go on to score the club’s Goal of the Season in the final match of the campaign, with a stunning 50-yard strike away at Portsmouth.

The other clubs that are reportedly interested in signing are Wing are Preston North End, Barnsley and Rotherham United.