Ian Holloway believes summer signings such as Jordan Cousins and Nasser El Khayati will come good at QPR.
Dutchman El Khayati has struggled to establish himself as a first-team regular at the club since following former boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink from Burton to Loftus Road.
But Holloway, who begins his second spell as Rangers manager with a home match against Norwich City today, is convinced El Khayati has the quality to thrive in the Championship.
Holloway told West London Sport: “Has he fitted in here yet? I don’t know. But he’s a wonderful player I’m telling you.”
Cousins, meanwhile, impressed at Charlton but has so far struggled for fitness and form since arriving at QPR.
But Holloway believes the midfielder was a shrewd buy and that Rangers’ signings have generally been sound.
“For me he was a great signing – a great signing. He’s hungry, really wants to get forward and get a foot in. He’s a very, very talented boy,” Holloway said.
“Everything I could want is here. I think the way they’ve been doing it – trying to get back to the club we used to be – is the right way.”