Ian Holloway's summer masterplan for QPR is already coming together and he is excited by the setup at Loftus Road.
Rangers will finish the season in a mid-table position and the Rs boss is keen to make sure that the club are moving in the right direction ahead of the 2017/18 season.
And Holloway revealed that his scouting department are working to a four year plan, because that's when all of his squad are out of contract.
He said: “That's my overall masterplan – that's already happening. We're having huge meetings that I didn't need to go to.
“The scouting network I'm setting up will be up and running. We know in four years time we'll have nobody. We're working back from that.
“The year before, we'll have about five and 10 the year before. We're starting there and trying to fill those spaces. My job is to help the squad and then decide if they're worthy of a new contract.”
Karl Henry is set to leave the club at the end of the season, while QPR have Jamie Mackie out of contract, while the loans of Ravel Morrison and Kazenga LuaLua will also expire.
And Holloway is yet to decide whether they will be staying at Loftus Road or leaving.
He added: “I've not made decisions about them. I've given them a challenge to win every game between now and the end of the season.
“Whether they play or not, they need to be focused and motivated about winning. If you want to play more than being part of something, you won't fit for me eventually.
“The pressure is on the wrong person most of the time. If you're trying to get a culture and school, you can't change it in five minutes. You have to get it running right so the pupils get better.
“I've got a whole scouting network coming in and working and we're starting to see effect. Hopefully in the summer, we'll sign two or three.
“I don't want to make the same changes I've had to make as you won't carry on being successful. Matt Smith and Luke Freeman have been the start of it.
“It's down to where we go from there but everybody knows where we're going. We've brought in people to help run that side of it, to eliminate mistakes.
“We're talking about characters we want. It's more important than any skill level. I'd set that up before I'd been here five minutes.
“Our biggest problem is our recruitment, how many times we changed the people. I'm going to set down the character we want and off they go without me being involved.
“Hopefully, it'll continue to produce someone who QPR fans are proud to call their own. That's the biggest thing I want to give them.
“We can't win all the time but as long as we try and give a proud performance that's the minimum. It's the best prepared I think I've ever been with what we've got here.”