QPR defender Clint Hill admits there's massive tension inside the locker room.
Hill revealed the discontent that the players who helped the club win promotion to the top flight felt when they were cast aside by previous managers Neil Warnock and Mark Hughes for a series of big-name signings, most of whom have failed to make any real impact.
"Of course, I was hurt when I was dropped," Hill told the Mail on Sunday. "And I'm not the only one. There were another 10 or 11 players who had done well for this club, bringing them up from the Championship. To see players who had fought for everything [discarded] is hard to take. We're not naïve enough to think that we didn't need change, it's just how much change."