QPR were one of the summer's bigger spenders and had been expected to fare better, but Moyes believes it is only a matter of time before the team gels.
The Scot said: "That's the one thing I feel we've had over the years is that constant team and stability where we've got a group of players we know are with us and we try not to change it around too much.
"We have to make additions every year but I think when you're coming up and you're trying to build a new team, which is maybe what Mark's doing, it's very difficult.
"But what he has got is a very experienced side and that's something which you've got to be mindful of that those players one day will pull all together and get a result.
"They've got Djibril Cisse, Bobby Zamora, they took (Junior) Hoilett from Blackburn, Adel Taarabt has a goal in him, Park (Ji-sung) from Manchester United, Shaun Wright-Phillips, they roll off your tongue quite easily."