Mark Warburton has told Talksport journalist Sean Gallagher that Moses Odubajo has signed for a Championship club.

Odubajo played under Warburton at Brentford and was a target for his former boss’s new side, Queens Park Rangers.

But the 56-year-old says QPR have already missed out on the Sheffield Wednesday-linked free agent.

The Star reported last week that Wednesday were in talks to sign Odubajo, who also played under Owls boss Steve Bruce at Hull City.

And Gallagher says he is led to believe that Sheffield Wednesday are indeed the right-back’s destination.

Odubajo, who is leaving Brentford for a second time, can also play on the opposite side of defence as well as on the wing.

Wednesday already have Dominic Iorfa and Ashley Baker under contract in Odubajo’s primary position, and have offered a new deal to Liam Palmer.

But Iorfa has spoken about wanting to play centre-half for the Owls and Odubajo’s signing could help to facilitate that.

Dominic Iorfa in action for Wednesday (Photo by Kevin Barnes – CameraSport via Getty Images)

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