The last two Novembers have seen Rangers part company with their managers with Chris Ramsey and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink each being axed.
For Bidwell, though, that history doesn't phase him and the club are working desperately hard to give their manager a boost in what has been a difficult week for the club.
He said: “We're all fully behind the gaffer and anyone who has seen the last few games will know there's been no lack of commitment or effort.
“It's maybe that extra bit of quality at times and that's as a team and not just the front lads or the midfield.
“It's us as a whole. In terms of commitment and desire they'll have seen the lads are behind the gaffer and it won't be too much longer before we get that win.
“We're just focused on the next game and trying to take on the gaffer and his staff's instructions and put that energy into getting that win and get a bit of something to turn draws into wins.”
Rangers will go into the contest with the league leaders as underdogs but QPR have a record of picking up a win when they're not expected to.
Bidwell reflected: “I remember going to Reading and getting a good result. That is the league and there are games people would expect you to win but there's no massive shock if anyone does beat anyone.
“We're looking forward to the weekend and everyone is still really positive. They've been on a good run and we want to be the ones to put an end to it.
“They've started really well but the way we have to look at it is someone has got to beat them.
“Everyone is capable of beating everyone. If we were to beat Wolves on Saturday, I don't think it's a massive shock.
“We'll go into it with a positive frame of mind and looking to get a result.”