Jake Bidwell insists that is business as usual as far as the QPR squad are concerned after the club confirmed they had lost their arbitration case with the EFL over their Financial Fair Play breach in 2013/14.
Rangers face a potential £58million fine but are appealing the scale of the sanction with the argument of proportionality being key to their defence.
For the squad, though, their only focus is it being business as usual and they received a message from chief executive Lee Hoos telling them not to worry about it.
Bidwell told GetWestLondon: “We heard about it on Tuesday afternoon when it came out. We got a message in the group chat off Lee Hoos saying it wouldn't affect anything in and around the training ground or us in any way.
“It's business as usual so as players it's nothing to worry about. The powers that be will deal with it and we'll deal with our end of things which is Saturday afternoons and Tuesday evenings.
“From a players' point of view we've had the message it's business as usual and our energy is going to try and get results.”
Rangers face Championship leaders Wolves on Saturday and Bidwell is hoping he and the squad can change the subject of supporters' conversations to good performances and results on the pitch.
He added: “We're doing everything we can anyway to turn the draws into the wins.
“The fans will be doubly happy if we can get positive results on the pitch and get them talking about what we're doing on the pitch rather than off it.”
QPR haven't won since September 9 and have had five draws and two defeats in that run which Bidwell admitted had left the squad frustrated.
He explained: “I think frustration is the right word. It's disappointing not to win games but you have to get over it and use it to keep you going.
“It's frustrating but performances in the main have been good so everyone is still pretty positive and we can turn a couple of draws into wins then it can put you in the mix but it's frustrating.
“There's no bad feeling around the place. We're looking at what we can do better and use it to help us moving forward.”
Wolves, whose new owners have stumped up a heap of money in a bid to restore the Black Country side to the Premier League, are likely to be favourites but Bidwell feels a Hoops win wouldn't be much of a shock.
He said: “They've started really well but the way we have to look at it is someone has got to beat them.
“Everyone is capable of beating everyone. If we were to beat Wolves on Saturday, I don't think it's a massive shock.
“Anyone can beat anyone. We'll go into it with a positive frame of mind and looking to get a result.
The full back added: “Their new signings have come in as unknowns as you're not familiar with the names but you get to know them with their goals and the way they've been playing.
“It's a completely different Wolves from playing them in League One and the last three seasons. I'm sure the gaffer will have a game plan in mind so we can be the ones to stop their run.”