QPR forward Nasser El Khayati believes Queens Park Rangers will take momentum into next season and belong in the Premier League, according to BBC Sport.
It has been a struggle to mount a serious promotion push at Loftus Road this season following their relegation to the Championship last year.
Chris Ramsey was relieved of his duties back in November after finding his Rs side marooned in mid-table, while star striker Charlie Austin was finally sold for a relatively small £4m.
Neil Warnock has handed the reins as an interim for a month before they poached Jimmy-Floyd Hassellbaink from Burton Albion in December.
Though the former Chelsea and Atletico Madrid striker had to wait until eight games in to pick up his first victory in West London, results have since improved.
Just two defeats in 10 games have seen glimmers of hope for next term return as they aim to once again reach the Promised Land.
Khayati, who himself arrived from Burton at the turn of the year, believes that is exactly where the Loftus Road outfit belong.
‘Queens Park Rangers is definitely a team whose home is in the Premier League, not the Championship,’ revealed the 27-year old to BBC Radio London.
‘The thing is to push as hard as possible this season to be ready for next season.’
Looking to continue their good form, the Rs face a tough trip to Wales in order to square off against playoff chasing Cardiff City tomorrow.
QPR fans, how do you rate your chances of going up next season under JFH?