Rangers have won just two of their first 12 matches since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took charge, and they were beaten 3-1 by Fulham in their most recent outing.
However, Perch believes that QPR still have a chance to making up the ground on the top six this term.
“People say we’ve got no chance, but there’s alway a team with one late charge and hopefully that might be us,” the former Newcastle United man said.
The R’s are currently stuck in 14th place in the Championship table, after failing to live up to expectations throughout the season so far.
QPR are currently stationed 14 points behind sixth place Derby County, meaning only a wonderful run of form would elevate them into promotions contention.
QPR have not performed to anywhere near their maximum potential of late, and Hasselbaink appears to be building for next season already.
The R’s next match comes against struggling Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, and only a win will suffice if they are to start making ground on play off chasing pack.