QPR owner Tony Fernandes isn't ready to declare themselves safe just yet.
Fernandes has pumped millions in to the west London club since he took over last summer.
He must have been worried his investment would go up in smoke after the club's terrible form in the middle of the season, but he is now happy that his team are on the up under Mark Hughes.
"There's still a long way to go, but those that wrote us off three or four weeks ago might be thinking again now," Fernandes said.
"It's a big advantage to have points on the board at this stage.
"We can't count our chickens though, because we've still got some very tough games ahead, but I believe in this team.
"We've got a great manager and a team of players who are producing the goods now, especially at home.
"We just need to keep our fingers crossed and get over the line and build for next season."