QPR co-chairman Tony Fernandes has broken his silence regarding Financial Fair Play, saying that the club will not be affected by any impending fine.

The Hoops lost an arbitration claim against a fine in the regions of tens of millions of pounds for breaching the EFL's FFP rules.

Rangers, who have indicated they will appeal the decision, broke the rules in the 2013/14 season when they won promotion back to the Premier League under Harry Redknapp.

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The Hoops have long fought the FFP penalties but are facing an uncertain future, depending on an appeal.

Fernandes, who was speaking about how the club will cope on BBC 5 Live, said: "We've made it very clear as shareholders.

"The club will go on, business will go on and the club will not be affected by this fine, whatever the fine is.

"We as shareholders will deal with it when it comes to that point. I really can't talk so much about and we're looking into a glass ball where we don't know so much about it but at the moment it's business as usual, we're happy with how we're progressing."