Arsenal will be paying close attention to the results of Queens Park Rangers over the coming weeks as they consider making a move for French striker Loic Remy.

The Daily Express believes that Remy could be available for as little as £4million if the west London club are relegated as he has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave if the side fail to remain in the Premier League.

Loic Remy
Loic Remy fires past Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. [Reuters]

Remy has scored three goals in his six appearances since joining QPR in January but Harry Redknapp's side remain rooted to the bottom of the table and are some seven points adrift of safety.

The France international had previously caught the eye when playing for Nice and then Marseille where he earned a reputation as a quick and powerful striker who was sometimes erratic with his finishing.

He scored 27 league goals in two seasons at Marseille but had fallen out of favour with manager Elie Baup and it became clear that he would leave in January.

The 26-year-old has quickly adapted to the Premier League and it is reported that Arsenal have already made enquiries about the availability of the striker as they closely monitor the situation at QPR.

Arsenal currently have three strikers, Nicklas Bendtner, Marouane Chamakh and Park Ju-Young, out on-loan and there is a belief that all three will eventually leave the club on a permanent basis.

That would leave Olivier Giroud as the only out-and-out striker, with Wenger preferring to play Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott in wide areas rather than through the middle.

Remy has played alongside Giroud for France and may well consider staying in the Premier League if QPR do find themselves relegated to the Championship.

Redknapp will hope that Remy's goals can help fire the club to safety but he'll also be acutely aware that keeping established internationals at the club will be difficult if they find themselves in the bottom three at the end of the season.