Former Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway has admitted that he would love to see the team make the play-offs in the Championship this season.
QPR were involved in a relegation battle for much of last season, but have made a positive start to the new campaign under new manager Mark Warburton.
The Rs are currently fifth in the Championship table, just one point behind the leaders, after winning five of their opening eight league matches.
Holloway, who was manager at Loftus Road on two separate occasions, has admitted that he would love to see QPR make the play-offs this season and has heaped praise on Warburton for the job he has done since taking charge of the club.
The former QPR boss was replying to a fan on Twitter, who asked where he thinks the team will finish this season.
I’d love to see them in the play-offs – and why not? Warburton doing a brilliant job. Long may it continue. January will be interesting. https://t.co/UeBDZLOGwm
— Ian Holloway (@IanOllie7) September 23, 2019
QPR have won their last four league matches on the bounce and will be looking to continue their momentum with another three points against West Bromwich Albion at the weekend.
QPR were involved in a relegation battle for much of last season under Steve McClaren, but they’ve made a fantastic start to the new season under Warburton.
He’s an experienced manager and he’s really impressed me with the way he’s been able to get the best out of the players since taking charge at Loftus Road.
QPR have got some tough games coming up, but if they can continue their momentum, who knows where they might end up this season. There’s a long way to go, but it’ll be interesting to see how far Warburton can take the club and where the team will finish this season.