Chris Ramsey claims Queens Park Rangers are still a team in transition

Queens Park Rangers made a lot of changes over the summer transfer window.

Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey has told West London Sport that some supporters need to realise the team are still in transition.

QPR made a huge amount of changes over the summer transfer window, with a large volume of new players being brought to Loftus Road.

And Ramsey admits that he is still figuring out what his best side is, after what has been an inconsistent start to the new season. 

“We’re still in a gelling process and I think that’s something people have to realise," the under-fire manager said. 

“We’re trying to gel almost a new team together and we haven’t quite got it right. But we will do – we will get it right.”

Sections of QPR's support have grown frustrated with Ramsey's management, and there has been audible cries of dissent against him in recent matches.

However, QPR's latest 3-0 win over Milton Keynes Dons should have relieved the pressure on him slightly, with the side now in 10th position in the Championship.

The R's have rather stumbled through matches this season, but they are still within touching distance of the play-offs and, if they are able to improve slightly they could mount a promotion push.

QPR's next match comes against Brentford on Friday night, and if they are able to win that fixture they will move to within two points of the top-six. 

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