The London club have lost two of their last three games, winning the other one. A narrow 3-2 defeat to Liverpool at Loftus Road was followed by a 2-0 home win against Aston Villa, before Chelsea edged past Harry Redknapp’s side 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Against both Liverpool and Chelsea, QPR gave a strong and encouraging performance, and were perhaps unlucky not to pick up a point from each game.
Bhatia seems to be happy with the way the players have gone about their business in the last three matches and appears confident of maintaining the Premier League status for next season.
Our performance in the last three matches has been hugely encouraging. Our team may have only earned 3 points but boy our fans earned all 9.— Amit Bhatia (@Amit_Bhatia99) November 2, 2014
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes was also pleased with the team’s performance against Chelsea, and said that he is proud of the club’s fans.
I think every QPR fan should be proud of the team . felt super proud of our boys and the fans were amazing .— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 1, 2014
I'm very proud to be QPR chairman because of our players ,manager and most important out amazing fans .— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 1, 2014
QPR are currently second from bottom in the Premier League table with seven points from 10 matches. Rangers are next in action next weekend when they host defending English champions Manchester City at Loftus Road.