Queens Park Rangers fans will be hoping for better fortunes next year after back-to-back mid-table finishes under Ian Holloway.
With Steve McClaren now at the helm, things could be about to change at Loftus Road – but will it be for better or worse?
QPR could go one way or the other next season; a strong summer of transfer activity and they could be genuine promotion contenders but if they fail to strengthen, they could end up with another mid-table finish or perhaps even be fighting against relegation.
Although the Hoops have a decent core of their squad, McClaren will be hoping to add some more faces to bolster his options.
He has swooped to bring in Toni Leistner on a free transfer from FC Union Berlin and more are expected.
But here are four factors which might hold QPR back unless McClaren address them imminently.
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