QPR under-23s manager Paul Hall has said he remains focused on the bigger picture following an excellent start to the season.
Hall's side made it five-straight victories this term with a 5-0 victory over a Bolton Wanderers side featuring former-Arsenal man Julio Baptista at Harlington on Monday, but the manager is keen to keep his side's feet on the ground.
Speaking to the club's official website he said: "We’re all here to make sure QPR is seen in the best possible light and we want to win games no matter what.
“But I’ve been charged with a job to try and get these boys into the first team. Winning 5-0 doesn’t necessarily mean they’re going to do that so we have to be wary of managing our expectations.
“Things are going well in terms of results and things are going okay in terms of the development of the players."
The Hoops have a good track record of promoting young talent into the first team with the likes of Ryan Manning and Darnell Furlong now challenging for a regular spot in Ian Holloway's side, and Hall says that developing players is a key aspect of his role.
He said: "It’s my job and our job, Chris Ramsey, Simon Ireland, Andrew Impey, we’re here to make sure the first team have got choices and options to look at the boys coming through. We did that last season and we want to keep doing that.
“Winning five [games] in a row is fantastic, yes, however we have to make sure those players are getting the most out of those games, the most out of every training session, because that’s the most important thing.”