QPR striker Bobby Zamora hopes chairman Tony Fernandes stands by manager Mark Hughes.

QPR are yet to win in the Premier League this season.

"Fingers are being pointed at Mark and the pressure is on for him and us," Zamora told the Mail on Sunday. "But he's a good manager and Tony Fernandes is right behind him.

"Tony was down at the training ground the other day and said that to the lads as well. He is a very down-to-earth, relaxed guy, so I don't think he's somebody who will do anything hasty.

"Every game now is massive. We'll work our socks off to get the three points because they're desperately needed. We all know that teams around us, like Reading, are the ones which we should be picking points up against."