The 2015/16 Championship season was one of change for Queens Park Rangers.
The arrival of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in early December last year sparked a new era at the club under the ex-Middlesbrough and Chelsea player.
Some doubts were raised over the new boss’ ability to manage at a level as high and competitive as the second tier of English football.
However, it could easily be argued that the time he had to change things from December onwards was a relative success.
The club finished 12th in the Championship standings after a highly competitive season drew to a close.
Therefore, after a season with a squad that he had very little responsibility for bringing to the club, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will be looking to make his own mark in the transfer market this summer.
Having said that, he will also be aware that the squad possesses significant quality that will allow them to push on in the next campaign – under the right influence from Hasselbaink.
A mid-table finish in the Championship is by no means something to sneer at, considering it is one of Europe’s most competitive leagues.
Therefore, Queen’s Park Rangers’ squad is definitely full of some players that can light up the Championship next season in an effort to push them on to a play-off contending finish.
But, it should also be noted that the Hoops have some players that perhaps do not receive the plaudits they deserve week in week out.
Here are THREE under-appreciated players at Queen’s Park Rangers…