New coach Paulo Sousa was not too impressed with his first glimpse of QPR, but has vowed to revive Rangers' promotion push.
The Rs slumped to a hugely disappointing 3-0 defeat at Watford on Saturday which leaves them in mid-table in the Championship and Sousa, who was watching from the stands after Gareth Ainsworth had been left in charge for the game, did not pull his punches.
"It was a bad performance, especially the first half," said the two-time Champions League winner. " I have a lot of work to do."
He added: "I believe in these players. I am here for a medium to long term project, to build a solid base for the Premier League. I am here to change things for Flavio [Briatore] and the club."
The first thing he may want to address is the chronic lack of goals on their travels. Rangers have now only the goals of Dexter Blackstock at Bristol City and Martin Rowlands' winner at Norwich to show from nine away games.
The defence is usually more dependable than it was at Vicarage Road, where Mikele Leigertwood gave away a needless penalty - converted by Tommy Smith - before Darren Ward and Lee Williamson rounded off a dreadful first 45 minutes.
And thew Rs' misery was complete six minutes from time when Fitz Hall was given a straight red for a foul on Will Hoskins.