Massimo Luongo doesn't want to think about it but he knows as things stand, QPR are in a relegation battle.
Rangers have lost six games on the spin and have only picked up one win since Ian Holloway took over in November, against a Norwich side who were forced to play 90 minutes with 10 men.
And the Australian knows that QPR must stick together and believe things will turn around as one win could see them fly up the table.
Luongo said: “Yes (I think we are in a relegation battle as things stand). Nobody is really thinking about that.
“We need to get things right. If we can get a few wins we can look at something else. It's really tight and we have to worry about ourselves.
“If we keep going, it'll come eventually. The manager has drummed that into us and hasn't stopped doing that which is a good thing.”
Luongo added: “We know we're in this drought where we can't find a win and scoring isn't coming easy for us.
“We need to stick together and get through it. The message in the dressing room was we need to stick together.
“It's easy to get in the physio room and hide. We're professionals at the end of the day so we've got to do what we're supposed to and hopefully turn things around in the next game.”
Luongo gave away the penalty to make it 2-0 to Brighton on Tuesday afternoon, with the Seagulls going on to win 3-0 with Rangers skipper Nedum Onuoha sent off.
The midfielder kept his cards close to his chest as to whether the decision was a fair one on both counts.
He explained: “The boys said it didn't look like I touched him but I'll have to have a look at it. I was more worried about not getting the shot off.
“I'm not too sure about the sending off either but you can't say too much nowadays.”
The Australian needed a couple of stitches to his head after taking a knock in the latter stages and, when asked to assess the 90 minutes, felt it was a similar story to recent results.
He revealed: “I think what went wrong is the same thing that went wrong for three or four games.
“One thing happens in the game that changes it. I felt very confident in the game and then it was a great strike from Baldock.”
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