Chris Ramsey explains his plans for QPR's summer transfer window

Queens Park Rangers are expected to make a number of changes over the coming months.

Chris Ramsey has told the Daily Star that he intends to oversee a complete overhaul of his Queens Park Rangers squad if he is kept on as manager.

The R's are destined to ply their trade in the Championship next term, after their relegation was mathematically confirmed last weekend, and Ramsey believes they will need to make a number of alterations to their squad.

QPR will be determined to bounce straight back and get promoted to the top-flight at the first attempt, but Ramsey feels that his side is some way off having the ability to do that as things stand.

"I think it is important that we do have a complete overhaul of everything and have a long term plan,” he said.

"When I came here a lot of agents and people rang me and said this is the hardest dressing room in the Premier League.

"They said 'are you sure you'll put your career in the balance by trying to do that?' I took the plunge and they have been fantastic.

"I think a lot of players are generally good eggs but there are a lot of players that look at the game as a meal ticket and don't understand the implications of not performing.

"Every club has its mavericks or time waster or people that cause you to scratch your head in disbelief a lot of the time."

QPR's weaknesses have been exposed throughout the 2014/15 campaign, with the attitude of a number of players called into question.

The R's have shown a lack of heart and desire throughout the campaign and there has been a distinct lack of quality in their team.

It means that even though they are set to step down a level next term, they will still need to make renovations if they are to meet their expectations.

The R's have an ageing squad and bringing in some added quality, along with a sprinkling of youthful exuberance, is likely to be high on their list of priorities.

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