Indeed, the former midfielder and current pundit understands that supporters vented their fury following a humiliating 4-0 loss at Fulham in the recent west London derby.
But he also feels QPR need to maintain their trajectory of consolidation and avoid making too many changes from January onwards.
Sinclair told Sky Sports News at around 10.45 on Monday morning: "Obviously the defeat against Fulham was huge. That would have been disappointing for Chris Ramsey. The fans vented their fury.
"But they’ve come back and beat Bolton and they're still in touch. For me, it’s a season of consolidation.
"Just relax. No need for wholesale changes. Get a stable ship and hopefully Ramsey can try again next season."
Sinclair's warning is poignant as we are only a couple of months away from another transfer window. It isn't immediate but, before you know it, players will once again be linked with QPR and could the board feel the need to panic buy if they aren't within touching distance of the promotion places?
The former QPR midfielder will certainly also be referring to the future of Ramsey. Many ex-R's players and pundits have expressed their desire for consistency and stability so far this term and that boils down to keeping the manager in charge.
Plenty of fans have expressed their frustration with the QPR boss this season, however.