QPR will ramp up their transfer activity in the next seven days as the big Championship kick-off edges closer.
Rangers have so far signed just versatile defender Danny Simpson following his release from Newcastle United and free agent Richard Dunne .
And chief executive Phil Beard is expecting a busy few weeks at Loftus Road ahead of the opening game against Sheffield Wednesday on August 3.
He said: “It's been quiet in the early stages but it's starting to get busy now as all the clubs are coming back.
“We're active and trying to sort it out so we can get the right squad for the start of the season.
“We've got a bit of time, but even if we don't do all the business we want to do we've got some time after that as well.”
Rangers have already flogged Chris Samba back to Anzhi, while Djibril Cisse, DJ Campbell and Jay Bothroyd have also left the club.
QPR cast more doubt over the future of Adel Taarabt this week after the Moroccan star was left out of the 24-man squad for the pre-season tour to Austria.
Joey Barton, Jose Bosingwa, Anton Ferdinand, Luke Young, Samba Diakite and Hogan Ephraim also failed to make the cut.
And Beard insists Rangers must get recruitment right this summer by bringing the correct characters to W12.
“Whoever comes in has to be the right person for the season ahead,” he added.
“It's going to be a really tough year in the Championship. Whoever comes in has to be ready to go to grounds on a cold, wet and windy night in midweek.
“We've got to do some sensible business. We need players that are going to make a difference.
“Our aim is to have a great season and get ourselves back into the Premier League, but as we all know that's a tough ask.
"The quality of the squad's important, but the work rate and commitment is just as important.”
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