QPR CEO Lee Hoos has spoken out against calls for the club to do more Hoops legend Stan Bowles.
The west London side raised over £900,000 after organising a benefit match over the summer which saw Bowles attend the game to rapturous applause by all in attendance.
While the event was a huge success, Hoos says that they continue to help Bowles, but not everything will be made public.
Speaking of the Benefit match against Bournemouth at the Fans' Forum, Hoos said: "It was a great, great event over the summer and not just about the money we made, because it was a great effort made by everybody, and not just about the result. But to see Stan's face when he came out and the change really, because his family were a bit worried about how he would be. The therapeutic effect on him was fantastic, and I'm proud of what we did. Financially it made a big difference because Stan is in a good place financially right now, so it's well done to you all.
"What we won't be doing, is every time we play Brentford, or every time we play Nottingham Forest is having Stan Bowles activities going on all over the place. Most fans are happy with what we did, but I still get occasional messages saying, 'well what are we doing for the Brentford game?'. As fans, I'd welcome you to organise and do your own things, but as a club, yes we're doing a lot of things and will do a lot of things but it's not going to be as big as it was before.
"Stan has an open invitation, we always invite him back and when the family feel it's appropriate for him to come, and don't forget it's what the family want because it's what's best for Stan, then he comes. That goes for away games too. Preston; he may go. Bolton; he couldn't make it, but mentally it's always good for him to get out and see football. Also it gives his family a bit of a break as well, so it's good.
"We still do things. We don't always PR it, but what we're trying to do is what's best for Stan, not always PR it and say 'aren't we wonderful', because that's not the point of the story. In that respect, we're always trying to help Stan but won't be doing something official every time we place someone associated with him in the past. The GoFundme account is still open so if fans want to do their own thing then I'd encourage it."