QPR forward Jamie Mackie is hoping that the club can recreate it's past successes after an encouraging start to the season.
Speaking after the victory against Ipswich Town, the 31-year-old has said that it's crucial that the team do everything they can to get the Loftus Road faithful behind them.
He said: "I’ve been here and had success here and it’s such an amazing place to play. I for one love it here.
"I’ve experienced it rocking here, and at the end of the day we’ve got to give the fans something to make the place rock, and if we’re sitting on the back foot and backing off it isn’t really us.
"If we’re on the front foot and putting everything into every task they do, then the fans will get behind you, and it’s a special place when it’s rocking like that."
Following a disappointing campaign last year, QPR sit eighth in the table with 10 points from six games, and Mackie says that he wants the team to be challenging at the right end of the table this season.
"It’s very very early.
"We want to be up there, we don’t want to be scraping around and as a club I feel that we should be challenging at the right end of the league, and this squad believes that it can.
"But if we come away from the standards we’ve set for ourselves then we won’t be up there. If we carry on doing what we’re doing at the minute, by playing on the front foot and doing what’s asked of us I feel we can have a really good season.
"If you look at it we’ve got a way of playing, we’ve found an identity and that might be what’s been missing over the last few years. High intensity kills teams here, but on the flip-side we’ve got a plan B as well which we showed against Hull.
"The gaffer’s got us well-drilled, and he’s right on our case in training about setting standards and making sure we reproduce that not just on a Saturday, but on a daily basis and it’s slowly starting to sink in across the squad that that’s the minimum that we’ve got to put in."