Leicester boss Nigel Pearson admits the Foxes are unlikely to be able to sign striker Martyn Waghorn on a permanent basis. Waghorn, on a season-long loan from Sunderland, scored twice to bring his tally for the campaign to 11 as the Foxes hammered QPR 4-0 to notch their first win in six games.
The Leicester boss said: "Waghorn's been a great loan signing. He's doing very well for us. It has been a good experience for him here and I know he's enjoying himself.
"But if I was Sunderland why would I want to sell him and there is a question mark against if we could afford him anyway."
Waghorn said: "I've been asked by Leicester fans all season if I'll be staying. I love it at Leicester but we will have to wait and see what happens in the summer.