Ian Holloway says he and the club’s owners are enthusiastic about QPR’s future despite their difficulties this season.
Rangers moved 10 points clear of the relegation zone by beating Barnsley at Loftus Road on Saturday.
In the longer term, manager Holloway is confident the club will move in the right direction.
“It’s about the club being set up the right way so we can move forward,” he said.
“I want to set it up so that, long term, we can get to where we want to go.
“I’m really proud of being given the opportunity to do this. This is about us, long term, going where we want to go.
“It’s a long process. Normally in football you don’t get that opportunity but I’m trying to put QPR back where we want to be and the owners are so enthusiastic about it it’s scary.”