Lee Hoos would love to oblige QPR season ticket holders wanting names on the back of seats at Loftus Road.
However, the club’s chief executive has estimated it would cost around £20,000 to make happen - and believes a thin budget is better spent on more worthy projects - like the toilets.
However, if supporters are that keen to sit in the Rs equivalent of a film director’s chair, he is willing to meet them half way, as he told a fans forum this week.
If you want to see and hear the response, go to 36 minutes on the above video.
“For me, it’s a really nice to have, but we’re not really getting the basics done, and we really need to address the facilities,” Hoos said.
“If it’s an issue, then maybe something we can work out. Can we have something like a premium section, and would fans pay an extra £2, or something like it for the seat?”
Hoos says he spent around £30,000 upgrading the Ellerslie Road stand toilets in the summer, but made it plain ‘eeking’ out a slim budget was the priority.
“If I can cover the cost, then I can spend the money on other things that would try to get this stadium to a reasonable standard," he added.