MARK Hughes has challenged his QPR players to prove their worth at Loftus Road .
Clint Hill , Danny Gabbidon, Fitz Hall and Akos Buzsaky are among several players who are out of contract in the summer.
Boss Hughes won't make a decision on their futures until the end of the season as he concentrates on steering Rangers to Premier League safety.
But Sparky insists the group of players must grab their chance if they're to earn new deals in W12.
He told the Chronicle: “If that band of players are coming to the end of their contracts, and they have an opportunity to play, then they have to make an impression.
“We will be more inclined to offer them something. It works both ways.
“I'm quite happy where we are in terms of the make-up of the squad and feel in the summer there won't be massive changes because they guys that are here - if they show enough [quality] - will be part of that.”
Armand Traore told the Chronicle last week that some of the QPR squad faced wage cuts if they are relegated.
But Sparky says the players are putting personal issues aside as they bid to keep the Rs in the top flight.
He added: “Everybody's in a similar situation in regards to being a member of QPR. We all understand what we need to do.
“There's different circumstances for different players. Irrespective of that the focus has to be on making sure we get enough points to stay in the Premier League.
“I have evidence every day that's what's in people's minds rather than their own personal circumstances.”
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