QPR defender Shaun Derry says the playing group will stick together despite the fact the club faces a possible points deduction.
The London club are currently seven points clear on top of the Championship table but could be docked points if they are found guilty after being charged by the Football Association for allegedly signing Argentine midfielder Alejandro Faurlin illegally.
But Derry says the club will unite in the face of adversity and continue to achieve positive results.
"Things like that create togetherness. We're obviously all aware of the situation but all we can do is influence what happens on the pitch," he said.
"None of the players get involved in what's happening - we've got to continue trying to be a credit to the club."
QPR are preparing to take on 17th-placed Doncaster Rovers at Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.