Luke Freeman has said getting pumped for tomorrow night's game with Fulham shouldn't be a problem for any of the team.
QPR host the Cottagers at Loftus Road in a game televised live on Sky Sports, and the midfielder says that any player who isn't up for the challenge is in the wrong game.
Speaking to GetWestLondon, he said: "As a professional footballer if you’re not going to get yourself psyched up for a west London derby which is live on TV I’m not sure what’s going to float your boat.
"The gaffer is going to try and do his bit as well but we won’t need much to get us going."
The Hoops have stuttered in recent weeks and are on a run of four league games in a row without a win despite being favourites for three of the games against Millwall, Burton and Barnsley, but Freeman, who scored a late equaliser against the Tykes midweek, says that losing the favourites tag against Fulham could work to their advantage.
He said: "I think it suits us being the underdog. Sometimes when we’re expected to beat teams it doesn’t always seem to go that way, so we suit being the underdog and I think having that tag against Fulham will help us in front of our own fans on Friday night.
"It’ll be a great atmosphere, and for it’s now about recovery and making sure we’re ready to go."