QPR boss Mark Hughes says there's great determination among his players to start climbing the table.
Hughes wrote in a guest column for the Daily Mail: "Despite everything, if anybody thinks there's a sense of panic among the players and the staff, they'd be wrong. There is a great potential at this club and we have to start realising that potential as soon as possible.
"The players are angry. Angry they've not got the results they think their football deserves. Angry they've let down the fans, who've been superb. Angry the club is in this position.
"If there wasn't that anger there, I'd be worried. As a manager, you want the players to have that fire, not to be moping around feeling sorry for themselves. If that was the mood around the training ground, then I would be worried and we'd be in trouble.
"As I said, I'm not panicking. Of course I'm upset, only a fool wouldn't be upset when you get to November and you are in the relegation zone and there's nothing in the victory column, no three points to our name.
"But I've been here before when I first took charge at Blackburn. We pulled out of that poor situation and emerged a stronger group and a stronger club. That taught me time, talent and hard work always pay off. I know we have all of those qualities at Rangers. Last season when I arrived at Loftus Road it was tough. We were charged by Tony and the board with saving QPR from relegation and that's what we did."