The latest Queens Park Rangers stories on Thursday evening.
Ian Holloway believes Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is starting to really 'stamp his ideas' on the QPR side, according to his regular predictions column on Sky Sports.
And he thinks QPR will get better the longer JFH remains at Loftus Road.
Indeed, the ex-R's coach has raved about the 'really good fit' the coach is in west London and was left enthused after their Championship win against Birmignham City last weekend.
Holloway told Sky: "Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is really starting to stamp his ideas on the team now - the longer he's there, the better QPR will get. He gives them the stability they need. It's a really good fit."
The pundit and former R's boss also predicted a 2-0 win for QPR at MK Dons.
Is Holloway right about Hasselbaink or is he perhaps going overboard after one victory?
Meanwhile, owner Tony Fernandes has given QPR fans an update on the club's stadium plans. He feels a new stadium is 'crucial' to the west London side's development, according to the club's official Youtube channel and Twitter feed.
Fernandes does, however, concede that it's difficult to make progress in that area based on QPR's geography.
He also added: "Corporate hospitality is very important. It's just part of the game, we would get a better chance for that at a bigger ground. We don't get enough revenue in the current stadium and it would help to keep ticket prices down."