QPR met with Anton Ferdinand today to discuss reports he was subject to an alleged racist slur by Chelsea captain John Terry.
Videos circulated on the internet in the aftermath of Sunday's Premier League match at Loftus Road, with some claiming the footage shows Terry insulting the Rangers defender with racist language.
Terry has categorically denied making such comments during the west London derby defeat but QPR officials met with Ferdinand (pictured) to discuss whether the defender wants the incident to be investigated.
The altercation occurred when Chelsea completely lost their discipline as two sending offs, seven yellow cards and a penalty handed QPR a first win over their arch-rivals for 16 years.
Yesterday, Terry was also forced to take the unusual step of apologising to hundreds of fans -- after they believed he was due to open a pet shop.