QPR chairman Tony Fernandes says they won't rush their planning as they settle for life in the Championship.
Fernandes insists he is tired of looking over his shoulder at relegation and warned fans last night there will be no instant fix as the club rebuilds.
He said: "The beauty of next year - if there is a beauty - is I can do what I want.
"We've always been chasing our tails trying to stay up. But if it has to be two years to get it right with the right players - then we'll do it.
"If we spend to get out quickly, we can come back quickly. So it's a case of let's try and get the right players and right culture. Other things have a good foundation here - we haven't got that on the playing side."