QPR boss Steve McClaren has predicted that his loan signings will have an even bigger impact when they are fully fit.
Strikers Tomer Hemed and Nahki Wells and midfielder Geoff Cameron did not get a look-in at their respective parent clubs before recently arriving at Loftus Road.
Their influence at Rangers has been immediate, with McClaren’s side taking 10 points from the last available 12 – a remarkable upturn in form.
But McClaren believes QPR fans still haven’t seen the best of them.
“I think all three of them have had an effect since the first day they came through the door,” McClaren told West London Sport.
“As soon as they came, you could see the team think ‘These are experienced Premier League players coming to help us’.
“From the first day, they’ve made a huge difference. But the rest of the team are working so hard as well.
“They’ve lifted us all, because we never looked like scoring before.
“And I’ll tell you something, they’re not fit yet. None of them had completed 90 minutes.
“They’ve got to get fitter and better and they can only do that. But while they’re doing that and we’re picking up results, we’re delighted.”