QPR manager Ian Holloway says he has develo ped a new system for his squad, saying it isn't one that fans will have seen before.
Speaking in the pre-match press conference ahead of their Championship opener with Reading, Holloway discussed how he has tried different systems in the past, but believes he has landed on the one new system that will form his side's identity this year.
He said: "I've decided what shape i want to try and stick to, and we'll be working on that over and over and over again.
Following the news of ex Liverpool and Tottenham star Steven Caulker and Ariel Borysiuk's re-introduction to the first team; what positions should QPR be looking to strengthen before the end of the transfer window?
"It's none of the shapes I've worked with before because it doesn't suit this group.
"I've tried the Palace shape, I've tried the Blackpool shape, and I've got a QPR shape now that the boys are going to grow with and get better at, which will benefit every single one of the players."