QPR chairman Tony Fernandes is coming under increasing pressure over Mark Hughes' status.

The Daily Mail says members of the Rangers hierarchy do not feel the team's performances represent value for money after the significant transfer funds given to the ex-Manchester City boss.

The final decision will be left to co-owners Fernandes and Amit Bhatia. Fernandes has remained loyal to his first managerial appointment, despite calls from other QPR officials to end Hughes's tenure.

Fernandes feels a sense of loyalty to Hughes and is desperate to see his appointment succeed, but the growing disquiet at Loftus Road could influence the tycoon.