The Râ€™s sit at the bottom of the table with just three draws from nine outings and a goal difference of minus 11 but Hughes is remaining positive about the West London clubs road ahead.
The Welshman indicated that he is not losing sleep over QPRâ€™s current situation and is confident the work he puts in will soon pay off.
â€śIâ€™m very lucky in that respect. It doesnâ€™t affect me in that way,â€ť Hughes told reporters. â€śMy wife may question that on occasions when Iâ€™m snoring â€“ but I have no problems.â€ť
He added: â€śI spend a lot of time at the training ground, and I try do all the work that needs to be done on a daily basis here.
â€śWhen I lock my office door, I can go home and clear my mind. Itâ€™s always in the back of your mind, but I can keep it there until I go back in the next day.
â€śA lot of managers canâ€™t separate their personal life from their professional one â€“ and thatâ€™s something I understand. But I can, and thatâ€™s something Iâ€™m grateful for."