QPR manager Mark Hughes believes his team can help Manchester City in their title pursuit if wantaway striker Carlos Tevez is loaned to them, The Sun reported. 

Hughes signed Tevez at City during his reign as the Citizens' manager and would be more than willing to add the Argentine to his payroll once again.

QPR boss Mark Hughes

Hughes believes the Argentine can boost City's Premiership credentials by playing against their title rivals. "If he did come, he would be playing against other top teams and could possibly help Man City win the League," said Hughes, whose agent Kia Joorabchian is also Tevez's advisor.
Tevez has been frozen out at City after falling out with Hughes' successor Roberto Mancini.

Tevez appeals to EPL
Tevez has appealed to the Premier League against the six-week fine imposed by Manchester City for his ongoing absence. City imposed the fine after finding Tevez guilty of gross misconduct on December 22.

Tevez subsequently appealed against the punishment but that was thrown on January 7 after a hearing involving two City directors, Marty Edelman and Mohamed al-Mazrouei.

However, as with the disciplinary action brought against him after his non-appearance in Munich last September, Tevez had the option of taking the matter to the Premier League and he has done just that, according to reports in Press Association Sports.