The QPR owner Tony Fernandes has backed the manager Mark Hughes by saying that he is the right man for the job. The former Manchester city and Blackburn manager has been struggling ever since taking over from Neil Warnock midway through the last season.

It was expected that QPR finally will be able to thrive in the Premier league following the addition of many high profile players in the summer. However, the situation has certainly not improved at Loftus Road because the club are currently bottom of the Premier league with only two points on the board. They have been unable to get a victory in the Premier league match for a long time.

This has raised the questions about the manager Mark Hughes and his ability to keep the job before Christmas. Several bookmakers have already shortened the odds of Mark Hughes becoming the first managerial casualty of the season. Despite this, the owner of the team Tony Fernandes has issued a statement saying that he does not feel QPR need a managerial change at the moment because Mark Hughes is the perfect man for the job. QPR were recently beaten 3-2 by West Brom away from home. They have an extremely poor are record under the stewardship of Mark Hughes.

“For all QPR fans. Fans who analyse properly. I am not changing anything. No team except the first game has outplayed us… Mark is the right man. For all those calling for change, this is the team that outplayed Spurs and gave Chelsea a damm good game and you want change. No way,” said the owner Tony Fernandes on his Twitter account. “What we can deduce is that we’re good enough, but we have to earn the right to stay in this league and we have to do it quickly,” said Mark Hughes.