QPR face a difficult challenge against big-spending Wolves this afternoon.
With such talent in their squad, we've decided to take a look at three Wolves stars who could make the difference at Loftus Road this afternoon.
The Morrocan defender has quickly become an unlikely star man for Wolves this term.
Equally at home in defence or midfield, the 27-year-old has been a consistent performer for the promotion contenders, doing the dirty work to allow the plethora of attacking talent to play their natural game.
The 20-year-old had been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United or Chelsea before becoming the Championship's most expensive player.
A deep-lying midfield who oozes class, Neves will look to get on the ball and dictate play. Don't be surprised to see this lad playing at the highest level in the coming years.
Jota is the Championship's top goalscorer so far this term, and is certain to give QPR a difficult afternoon at Loftus Road.
A player with more pace than a hare, and more tricks than a magician, the forward has the potential to cause real problems as he floats in from the left flank.