Mark Warburton says he has “no doubt” that QPR are capable of scoring enough goals this season despite their recent form.
Rangers, who sold star man Ebere Eze to Crystal Palace during the summer, are without a win in their past seven matches and have failed to score in their past four.
They will be looking to end that terrible run against Cardiff City at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium later today.
The midweek 3-0 defeat at Barnsley was another miserable showing from them, despite Warburton switching to two up front.
He paired summer signings Lyndon Dykes and Macauley Bonne in attack but again Rangers struggled to make their possession count.
But boss Warburton has told West London Sport he is convinced the goals will start to come.
He said: “I’m comfortable in terms of whether we play with a two up front or one in behind.
“You can see how hard Lyndon works – he’s put in big shifts for us and adapted to a new club and everything that comes with it.
“At the moment we’re desperate for goals, obviously. But I’ve got strikers and attacking midfielders who will produce the goals for us, I’ve got no doubt about that.”