Lee Cook believes Gareth Ainsworth should be handed the QPR manager's job on a permanent basis.
Caretaker Ainsworth is taking a 20-strong party to Manchester United for the Carling Cup tie at Old Trafford tomorrow night, and his former roommate reckons he's done enough to end speculation about the next permanent boss.
Cook said: "Maybe a win at United could clinch it for him - but it's going to be a tough, tough game. I love Gaz, and all the players are behind him."
But although Cook joked he would check his contract to see what bonuses await if Rs prevail in the Theatre of Dreams, the winger would prefer a win over Burnley next Saturday if forced to choose.
He added: "The league game is more important. Burnley are above us, and a win against them could put us in the top five."
A Gavin Mahon headed provided the 1-0 win over Cardiff on Saturday as the Bluebirds were reduced to nine men by the end of a lack-lustre game.