QPR boss Mark Hughes has reaffirmed his belief over the support of the board.
Hughes wrote in a guest column for the Daily Mail: "There's been a huge overhaul of the scouting structure and we're identifying top-class talent from across Europe, bringing in players of real pedigree and character.
"The academy has made huge strides in the nine months we've been here and I honestly believe QPR will never be in a position where they nurture somebody like Raheem Sterling but lose him to Liverpool for just £500,000.
"As one of the board said to me the other day, we're not building something at QPR for six weeks or six months, the work we're doing here will see the club survive and thrive for the next six years and beyond.
"Obviously what counts more than anything, though, is getting that elusive first win against Southampton today. That's what matters, that's what will lift the whole club and the supporters.
"The belief is there. The character is there. The determination is there. We know we're better than the league table tells us.
"We just have to start proving it."