Asked if he hoped to extend Goss’s stay in Glasgow beyond this season, Murty said: “Possibly. He is one of a number of players that we are looking at.
“As we have always said, the evolution of the squad never stops and we are always assessing people as to where they would fit in to what we do.
“What I will say, is that he has made a really good start and he has shown that he understands how we want to play and the pre-requisites of playing for Rangers at Ibrox. He looks quite comfortable doing that.
“QPR have said ‘you are not having him, keep your hands off’. Seriously, though, football situations like that tend to be quite fluid, I find.”
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