The QPR manager Mark Hughes has said that he is extremely confident that he can help QPR get out of the relegation trouble this season, while also keeping his job intact. He has said that the experience he has picked up from his days at Manchester city will certainly help him in this regard.

Mark Hughes was given substantial amounts of funding during his time at Manchester city, but was not able to suit his project due to the fact that he was sacked midway through the 2010 season. The Manchester city owners decided to bring in the former Inter Milan manager Mancini in his place.

The QPR manager Mark Hughes has been extending a similar kind of position at QPR as well, albeit at a smaller level. He has been able to spend a lot of money in the transfer window of high-profile players like José Bosingwa and Esteban Granero. Due to the presence of these players, QPR are expected to get a result against most of the opposition they face. However, the club has taken only two points from the opening seven matches of the Premier league. Further, they also have one of the worst away records in the English football.

Mark Hughes, though, is confident that the players will finally gel together and the results will start coming. “We all understand that we are judged on results. We are six games into a very long season. We understand what is the requirement at the end of the season. I speak to Tony every week. I have great support, a great relationship with Tony and Amit. They understand what is required when you are building a club and a team. They have seen the massive changes we have made to the club in the short space of time we have been here,” said Hughes.