Championship rivals eye Birmingham's Davis

David Davis celebrates with Stephen Gleeson after scoring the first goal for Birmingham City

HITC Sport understands Championship rivals Queens Park Rangers, Nottingham Forest and Fulham eye Birmingham midfielder.

Birmingham’s David Davis in action with Blackburn’s Ben MarshallBirmingham’s David Davis in action with Blackburn’s Ben Marshall

Birmingham City midfielder David Davis is a target for Queens Park Rangers, Nottingham Forest and Fulham during this month's transfer window, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

Davis is in the final six months of his contract at Birmingham and has yet to agree a new deal at St Andrew's.

The news of his contract situation has alerted a number of clubs to his possible availability this month with QPR, Forest and Fulham all weighing up moves for the all-action midfielder.

Davis has impressed for Birmingham this season, scoring three goals in 24 appearances, including the equaliser in the midlands derby clash with Aston Villa in October.

Birmingham City's David Davis shoots at goalBirmingham City's David Davis shoots at goal

The 25-year-old has established himself as a key member of the Birmingham side since joining from local rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer of 2014.

QPR, Forest and Fulham are all in the market for midfield reinforcements this month and they see Davis' all-action style as being a key addition to their sides.

Birmingham are reluctant to lose Davis, who has made over 110 appearances for Birmingham and is a big fans' favourite at St Andrew's, but they are bracing themselves for offers for the player before the close of the transfer window.

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