The Premier League's bottom club sunk to another dismal defeat yesterday and former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, has hit out at the club for their poor performances this season.
Harry Redknapp's side slumped to their fifth loss of the season in the 2-0 defeat to West Ham United on Sunday, and despite the influx of new signings brought in over the summer QPR looked devoid of any real ability or effort.
"After the way they got promotion last year I thought the very least we would see a hard working team that would do relatively well. But just watching, it's diabolical."
QPR will be one of the few sides who should benefit from the international break as they will have two weeks to regroup and work out what is going wrong before facing Liverpool on the 19th.
Unfortunately for the London-based club the fixtures won't get much easier as in the following four games they face Aston Villa, Chelsea, Manchester City and Leicester.
Neville offers a glimmer of hope to the club and their fans by saying the type of players they currently have might be more up for a game against bigger sides.
He added: "The type of players they've got they might be more up for those games, I don't know, I'm just trying to find some ray of hope.
"You think of Harry Redknapp's teams down the years; Portsmouth, West Ham they were swashbuckling attacking teams, sometimes even reckless in attack you just had bodies coming at you all the time.
"There's nothing there (at QPR)."