QPR manager Ian Holloway says he disagrees with the idea of having the restriction of transfer windows in English football, calling them "not workable".
Speaking in this week's press conference, Holloway was addressing the news of a fresh injury to Jordan Cousins, who is set to be out of action for up to six weeks, but refused to be drawn on specific transfer targets.
He said: "At the minute I'm looking to try and add in certain areas but I'm not going to tell you who they are or where they are because that's disrespectful to the lads who we've got in our squad.
"There's always someone in your squad who's not fit, or suspended, or not available. It's a problem that everybody has got now in getting their squad together because the transfer window, to be honest with you, is all wrong.
"You should never have to slam shut a window. You should never have to cram a squad together, because how do you know who's going to get injured? It's not workable really, but we're having these rules thrust upon us by an organisation that I don't agree with at times, because we should control our own game and our own lives, because we know how it works."