QPR manager Ian Holloway has said he intends work on his side's ability to attack as a unit when they attend their pre-season training camp in Portugal.
Holloway is keen to get to work early this year, with the Hoops heading to the Cascade Wellness & Lifestyle Resort in Lagos on June 23.
Speaking of his plans for pre-season on TalkSport on Tuesday, Holloway said: "We're going back in early.
"We've got a trip to Portugal where we have no games, but I'll have them training three times a day.
"They'll be working to get them how i want them, and I'll want a couple of wingers by then if i can to add to the group.
Holloway spoke of the reasons for his tactical set-up this season, but said that he wants to add an attacking edge to his line-up for the upcoming season.
He said: "We had to try and defend things because we weren't good enough to attack as a unit, so hopefully i can get them thinking forward."