Chief executive Lee Hoos says any QPR or football fan waiting to hear if the club is about to be fined for breaching Financial Fair Play rules had better not hold his breath.
Watch the entire interview above.
Rangers have been accused by the Football League of spending more than they earned, although the club vehemently oppose a ruling put in place after they spent it.
Two relegations in three years meant players on long Premier League contracts and transfer fees could not be offloaded in the blink of an eye.
Any number between an £8million and £50m fine could be Rangers' fate, but Hoops have a legal team working on finding a resolution more than a year into the dispute.
Hoos believes a ground-breaking decision is holding things up.
He told www.qpr.co.uk: "At the moment we're maintaining dialogue (with the Football League), but a commission is how it would be ultimately be decided if we can't come to an agreement with things (see below)."
"Everybody realises that is this is such new ground, everybody wants to be dead sure about the precedent set."
Hoos also spoke about the new pennywise operation at Loftus Road will ultimately save the club from the wrack, ruin and relegation suffered by Bolton Wanderers.
"You've got to be careful of a situation like Bolton where the owner said: 'Enough is enough, I'm not going to do this any more' (bail out the club financially) - and then you're in trouble."