QPR boss Neil Warnock has warned Paulo Sousa that an approach for Akos Buzsacky would be a waste of time. Earlier this week, the Hungarian international was strongly linked with a move to the Walkers Stadium. However, Warnock has dealt the Foxes a hammer blow. Talking of the situation, the Rangers boss said: 'They're (Buzsacky and Ephraim - who was also linked with a move) not for sale - it's as simple as that. 'Buz came back as sharp as a tack, and was giving himself grief for not winning every sprint in training. I think this could be his year and we are expecting big things from him.' He added. Warnock then confidently declared: 'In fact, Leicester are not as big as Rangers these days and these two are going nowhere.' - a statement that is unlikely to strengthen his already fiery relationship with the Foxes faithful. With Warnock showing a strong will to keep hold of his star man, only an inflated offer is likely to prise the midfielder away from Loftus Road. Meanwhile, veteran striker Steve Howard is expected to be at the centre of a transfer bid from Huddersfield Town, with £300,000 likely to be the figure offered for the 34-year-old's services.