Jake Bidwell believes he is a good fit for the plan Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Les Ferdinand have for QPR.
The former Brentford captain made the move across west London on July 1 and he believes that the club's setup can see them get back into the Premier League.
He said: “QPR is a big club. It was unbelievable against Leeds. I sat down with the manager and we had similar ideas.
“The plan, he, Les and the backroom staff are putting in place attracted me and I thought I was a good fit for it.”
He added: “I think the setup has got everything to be in the Premier League. We've got a good squad.
“We know it's going to be a difficult league with the big teams that have come down but it doesn't mean they'll go straight back up.
“It's got the foundations to get into the Premier League and that's what everyone is striving for.”
Bidwell lined up alongside Steven Caulker, Nedum Onuoha and Grant Hall in the QPR defence and he has been impressed by their characters and looking to learn from them.
He added: “I think it's one of the best I've played in. Playing alongside Steven Caulker and Nedum Onuoha have Premier League experience.
“Grant Hall wants to get there and has got everything in the locker to do that. Hopefully they can pass on that experience to me and help me improve.”
Bidwell will be rivalled for the left back slot by Jack Robinson and he knows that he must maintain his performance level to keep the shirt.
He explained: “I know Jack from when I was younger. He's a good player so I'm going to have to perform but I knew that going through the door.”
QPR travel to Cardiff on Sunday and Bidwell has mixed memories from last season's trip there with Brentford. It was there where he scored his first senior goal but the Bees were beaten 3-2 by the Bluebirds.