QPR's new signings have transformed his side, according to boss Neil Warnock.
Joey Barton, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Armand Traore, Luke Young and Anton Ferdinand all starred in Saturday's superb 3-0 win at Wolves.
But it's also on the training ground that the Rs' new boys are having a huge effect, insists Warnock.
He said: “Since the new lads have come, training has gone up 40 per cent in quality, and you could see that at Wolves – but my old players stepped up to the plate as well.
“It's never happened to me before, handing someone a list of players and getting them all, so I was not going to let the opportunity go. They have fitted in and done exactly what I want them to do.
“Anton Ferdinand is as good as anyone in the country, and I might be biased, but Luke Young is the best right-back in the country, while you don't get many better left-backs than Armand Traore either.
“Joey Barton wants to win everything, even if it's playing me at dominoes. He's got his past, but if he didn't we wouldn't have been able to sign him – he would be playing for a top four team.
“But you also have to give credit to guys like Alejandro Faurlin, who is amongst the best in the country, and what more can you say about Shaun Derry? Paddy Kenny also barely had a save to make.”