The ex-QPR midfielder has been discussing a potential future with the west London club on Twitter.
Sinclair enjoyed a long-lasting career in midfield at a number of different clubs, including QPR, West Ham United and Manchester City, and now appears keen to enter the coaching world.
He admitted on Twitter that he has offered his services to Blackpool, who rejected him, and was asked thereafter by a follower whether he has considered QPR.
In response, Sinclair, who currently works for BBC Sport, said he has spoken to QPR's head of football operations Les Ferdinand.
Sinclair may not be on any immediate agenda for QPR, of course, with plenty of other ins and outs for both Ferdinand and owner Tony Fernandes to consider ahead of next season.
It won't be the first time the R's have had to prepare for a Championship campaign after relegation from the Premier League in recent years and the Loftus Road outfit have already released the likes of Joey Barton, Bobby Zamora and more amid a time of great change in west London.