QPR director of football Les Ferdinand was left 'pleased' by the club's summer transfer business, although he did reveal they missed out in one area.
Rangers brought in seven new faces, while a number of players left for pastures new during the transfer window.
And Ferdinand believes Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink would be happy with the work done to strengthen his squad.
He said: “I think we're pleased with what we did. We had identified that we wanted to bring another striker in and possibly a winger or two. We filled those positions.
“There was probably one other position we hoped we might have been able to do at the last minute but that didn't come to fruition. I think the manager is happy with the calibre of players brought in.”
Ferdinand also spoke about the summer signings in detail, as well as generally about departures, and his comments on them and how they have settled in at QPR are below
“He's not been able to play as much as he wanted to. He did his ankle in a training session. He didn't come here with any lingering injuries contrary to what's been written.
“He came here and he was looking good in pre-season and unfortunately the week before the season started he picked up this ankle injury and hasn't been able to progress as much as he wanted to.
“He's in the mould of Karl Henry. He's a younger version of Karl and plays forward more. He likes a tackle and start the play going.
“We've seen him quite a few times and thought he'd blend into where we're going and what we're trying to do and at the right age.”
“It's as if he's been here for a while. We knew the types we were signing. It doesn't surprise me that he's come in and looked like that.
“He's very comfortable in that position and the most important thing for us is there's progression to come with him. We feel he'll go forward and continue to impress and get better.”
“He has settled in pretty well. We work very hard here – the manager works the team very hard and that takes a bit of getting used to and sometimes people get knock backs to get to where they need to be and unfortunately Joel has suffered that.
“I'm not saying they didn't train hard at Huddersfield but perhaps not as hard as we train here. He's just getting used to the regime and sometimes people pick up little knocks and those encounters.”
“We've played him on the right side because of his athleticism but I think someone like him needs to cement his position and, if he does that, he'll accelerate.
“He's got bags of energy and is another one that is desperate to get better. He's at a young age, he's captained his club and has come in with the right attitude and all the things we're looking for from the players that come into the football club.”
“He's gone through pre-season in France and had played four games before joining us and he played in the cup game and he said I'm not fit enough and I need to be fitter, this is a lot quicker and more dynamic than where I've come from. He understands.
“It's funny as I thought he'd be the first signing when we met him in the summer. He was enthusiastic about coming.
“It worked out that he was one of the last one because of all the stuff that goes on in between. We know his qualities and once he gets used to the pace of play and what the Championship is all about, he'll be a massive part of us.
“He's direct, scores goals and creates them as well. With what we've got going forward, that's going to be vitally important.”
“He's been on our radar for quite a while. Right at the start of the window, we identified him as someone we'd like to bring in.
“There were a load of clubs courting him and I know Anderlecht had turned down some good money £6-7m from Wolves or one of the clubs who tried to sign him.
“We felt he'd be out of our price bracket. Fortunately that deal didn't go through for us and we kept chipping away and kept talking about the situation and it worked out that we were able to get him for the price that we got him.
“We knew we needed to bring another striker in. We want competition for places at the club and he will add to that competition to Seb (Polter) and Conor (Washington).
“Most clubs in the Championship who want to progress they have three or four strikers at any one time that can supply goals for them.”
“He's more of a traditional winger who gets down the line and gets the ball in the box and, I think with the players that we've got, Idrissa and with Seb who are good in the air, we need to get that supply line into them.
“He's quick and he's direct and we wanted someone that is willing to go in behind without having the ball.
“A lot of the wingers nowadays – people talk about how free they are and can play in the middle. He's an out and out winger who can get the ball in the box and that's what we felt we needed.”
“We spoke about them last year and they're very good players and we know they're very good players but they've got to want to play where they are and we felt their mindset was somewhere else and it wasn't QPR.
“They were going out on loan last season. They came back and we knew they wanted to be elsewhere.
“It was best for all parties to strike up a deal. Leroy is doing well. A massive plus for us is Steven Caulker coming back and he's got a determination and a hunger to succeed again in his footballing career and that bodes well for us.”