AKOS Buzsaky believes an 'underperforming' QPR team was responsible for getting the last two managers sacked.
But the Hungarian international is also sure the squad will have learned from their mistakes under the short regimes of Iain Dowie and Paulo Sousa, and reckons a punt on Rs next season will pay dividends.
Buzsaky also believes his injury woe is over after making just one start in a Hoops shirt last season.
An ankle injury was followed by a knee problem, but the midfielder is already in training for the start of pre-season on July 1.
He said: "I don't want to talk about the new man [Jim Magilton].
"I have no idea what he's like as a man or a coach - although I know when I've played against his teams they always pass the ball well. I don't want to talk about the last two managers either. The past is the past, but it's easier to sack a manager than 15 players - that's football.
"There were times last season when we underperformed - and should have done better."
Despite almost losing a year of football, the 27-year-old is sure he's still on track to play in the Premiership.
He added: "I'm not old, and as long as we are focused we can get into the play-offs. Should you have a bet on us? Absolutely."