Hogan Ephraim insisted this week Paulo Sousa's arrival must be the end of the managerial circus at QPR.
The 20-year-old winger claimed the revolving door marking the next managerial exit and arrival has brought a climate of confusion at Loftus Road, which is under-mining confidence and progress.
The Former West Ham Academy graduate was first brought to west London on a three-month loan deal by John Gregory in August 2007.
Sousa is the fifth manager to assume the mantle since multi-millionaire owner Flavio Briatore came to town and Gregory was fired, with the role call in the interim having read Mick Harford, Luigi Di Canio, Ian Dowie and Gareth Ainsworth.
And according to Ephraim, if the club are to achieve success, Sousa must be left to get on with it.
He said: "You want stability in the club. You don't want to be opening the paper everyday or walking into the changing room where no-one knows what's happening from one day to the next.
"I think I've been here for just over 12 months, including my loan, and I've had six different managers, which is crazy to be honest.
"We keep coming out and saying we are a tight unit and a family, and then that breaks up every time a manager has gone.
"If we get stability we will get to know a shape to play, because we've been playing formation after formation for different managers."
Ephraim helped ensure his new boss got off to a winning start at Loftus Road on Tuesday night, supplying the cross for the second of Dexter Blackstock's double in the 2-1 victory over struggling Charlton.
Rangers must try and maintain the momentum in Saturday's London derby against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, but must solve a drought which has seen only two goals all season on their travels.
According to Ephraim, the time has come to be more positive.
He added: "I watched a lot of games at the start of the season when I wasn't in the side, and maybe we've just been too defensive.
"We would be getting 11 men behind the ball whenever we lost it, and maybe that's a bad thing."
Rangers will be without two Palace old boys for the trip south London as Fitz Hall and Mikele Leigertwood are suspended.