Ian Holloway says he plans major changes at QPR as the club look to turn their fortunes around.
It looks like being another busy transfer window at Loftus Road, with manager Holloway keen to make new signings and offload players.
His team ended a six-match losing run by winning 2-1 at Wolves on New Year’s Eve, but Holloway insists there is still plenty of work to be done.
“For me this is only the start,” Holloway told West London Sport.
“Six in a row and you get all this nonsense spoken and it is unsettling for your group.
“I have to make some changes and people will leave here. It is all about business.
“It is about getting the right balance and getting people who are hungry and experienced.”
Holloway has previously made it clear that he wants to bring in an experienced striker, with Rangers having struggled to find the net this season.
That cost them in the previous six matches before Pawel Wszolek’s goal against the run of play gave them victory at Wolves.
“We’ve played some wonderful football in other games and got nothing,” said Holloway. whose team face Ipswich at Loftus Road today.