Marco Motta is still training with QPR, TMW reports.
The once-capped Italian international has been with the Rs for a number of weeks, hoping to earn a contract with the Championship side.
However, no deal has yet been struck, and the latest report indicates that the right-back is still in training with QPR as the club considering offering him a full-time deal until the end of the season.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has been keen to asses the fitness of the former Juventus player, who spent last season with Watford.
He played nine times for the Hornets as they won promotion to the Premier League, although he did little to impress and the 29-year-old will be lucky to get another chance in the Championship.
QPR are debating whether to offer Motta a contract, knowing that he can be signed at any time.
As he is a free agent, there was no window needed to bring Motta to Loftus Road before the end of January, and Hasselbaink is continuing to assess the full-back for a few more weeks before offering him a contract.