Owner Tony Fernandes has assured QPR fans that he sees a bright future for the club – despite the Rs' winless run stretching to five matches.
The Loftus Road side's bright start the season has hit the buffers in recent weeks, with Friday's derby defeat to Fulham seeing them slip to 16 in the Championship standings.
But Fernandes took to Twitter over the weekend to ensure fans that he is building towards a more sustainable future for the club.
Whereas once the Rs splashed out big wages for big names nearing the end of the careers, they are now trying to build from the bottom upwards.
“Doesn’t get any easier. After 6 years a loss hurts just as bad as the first one. Shows the passion and love still there,” he tweeted.
“Just got to keep patient ensure club is sustainable and not rush. Each transfer window we get better plus academy producing.”
The Rs now have the international break to regroup before returning with away games against two struggling sides, Sunderland and Bolton, in quick succession after it.