Doughty and Gladwin have recently been sent out on loan, to Swindon Town and Bristol City respectively, with QPR deeming them to be surplus to requirements.
However, Fernandes insists that the young pair are highly rated by staff at Loftus Road, and that they will come back into first team contention next season.
Gladwin only joined QPR from Swindon Town during the summer transfer window, but he has struggled to make much of an impression at the London club.
The attacking midfielder shone throughout pre season, but he has found his chances more limited as time has progressed.
Gladwin has already been sent out on loan to Swindon earlier in the campaign, and he has failed to force his way into Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s line up.
Doughty, meanwhile, has played eight times for QPR this term, but he has only featured once since Hasselbaink took charge. The 23-year-old made his debut for Swindon against Sheffield United at the weekend.