The Sun reports there is speculation that West Albion have identified Osayi-Samuel as one of their main summer targets, should they win promotion to the Premier League following his fine campaign so far for QPR.
Osayi-Samuel has been a real highlight this season and is seen to have the potential to be a future star and ready to make the step up to the next level.
West Brom are currently second in the Championship table and six points ahead of third-placed Fulham with just nine games remaining.
The 22-year-old joined QPR from Blackpool three years ago but he is now enjoying a breakthrough campaign and has contributed eight goals and six assists this season.
Osayi-Samuel has real pace and acceleration and is attracting a lot of interest from top-flight clubs and it may take a real battle for QPR to retain him this summer.
The Nigerian-born youngster can play on the left or right-wing highlighting his versatility as another asset to his game.
West Brom manager Slaven Bilic is keen to bring young and hungry players to the club who could make a real impact in the Premier League should they achieve their aim of top-flight football.
By James Agberebi
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