Queens Park Rangers' Ryan Manning celebrates victory after the Sky Bet Championship match at Molineux, Wolverhampton.

QPR and Republic of Ireland youngster Ryan Manning admits he feared he would never get a chance to show his worth at Loftus Road – and he has hailed manager Ian Holloway for giving him the opportunity to shine in the first team.

Queens Park Rangers' Jake Bidwell

Left-back Jake Bidwell admits the imminent departure of Tjaronn Chery is a blow for QPR and one which came as a surprise to the players.

QPR Under-18's boss Paul Furlong gives out instructions to his side. (Pic: QPR FC)

QPR Under-18s bowed out of the FA Youth Cup after a resounding 4-1 defeat to Premier League giants Tottenham on Tuesday night.

Ebere Eze (second left) was handed his QPR senior debut by Ian Holloway against Blackburn in the FA Cup on Saturday. (Pic: PA)

QPR boss Ian Holloway says youngster Ebere Eze has “unbelievable ability” and believes he can play a prominent role in his first-team squad in the future.

James DeGale and trainer Jim McDonnell during the work out at Stonebridge ABC, London.

James DeGale’s trainer, Jim McDonnell, says the Harlesden fighter’s mentality and maturity has grown during his latest camp ahead of his huge unification clash against Badou Jack next month in New York.

Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway during the Sky Bet Championship match at Loftus Road, London

QPR boss Ian Holloway has admitted he is in desperate need of adding Championship pedigree to his squad during the transfer window.

Queens Park Rangers' Nasser El Khayati

QPR will listen to offers for Nasser El Khayati during this month’s transfer window.

QPR manager Ian Holloway has been unimpressed with Tjaronn Chery's sudden decision to leave the club.

QPR boss Ian Holloways says the club have had no option but to sell wantaway playmaker Tjaronn Chery and has stressed he only wants players who want to play for the club to remain at Loftus Road beyond this month’s transfer window.

Arsenal defender Tafari Moore is currently on a season-long loan at Eredivisie side FC Utrech

Former Brent district player Tafari Moore says that without the influence of God he wouldn’t have got to where he is today in football.

James DeGale during the work out at Stonebridge ABC, London.

James DeGale has revealed he only plans on spending a couple more years in boxing before hanging up his gloves.

Queens Park Rangers' Grant Hall during the pre-season friendly match at Loftus Road, London.

QPR defender Grant Hall has admitted that the club have become too reliant on Tjaronn Chery.

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand says he never made the final decision on signings ahead of former boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has rejected claims that he had the final say on transfers during Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s tenure at the club – insisting it was always a collective decision.

James DeGale poses for a picture after the work out at Stonebridge ABC, London.

James DeGale admits his fear of failure has been a key factor in pushing him to his absolute limit and making him the successful boxer he is today.

Tafari Moore (back row, third right) and Osman Kakay (front row, second left) - pictured here in an Under-9 squad photo - have come a long way since their QPR youth days.

Like many aspiring footballers, former Brent district duo Tafari Moore and Osman Kakay’s ultimate dream was turning professional when they were youngsters.

QPR defender Grant Hall. (Picture: PA)

Grant Hall believes playing three at the back is the way forward for QPR.

QPR want to tie Alex Smithies down to a new long-term deal at Loftus Road (Pic: PA).

QPR plan to reward Alex Smithies for his fine form this season by offering the goalkeeper a new and improved contract.

QPR's director of football Les Ferdinand has launched a staunch defence of his role at the club.

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has pledged his long-term future to the club – re-emphasising exactly what his role is to supporters who are suggesting otherwise.

QPR boss Ian Holloway (right) has heaped praise on midfielder Massimo Luongo.

QPR manager Ian Holloway has hailed the qualities Massimo Luongo brings to the table, stressing how crucial the midfielder is to his first-team plans.

On his royal visit to Grenada Prince Harry (middle) paid a visit to the Jason Roberts Foundation to see the work they are doing in the Caribbean. Here he is pictured alongside founder Jason Roberts (left) and Sean Fitzpatrick, the former All Blacks captain.

The Stonebridge-based Jason Roberts Foundation continues to reach out far and wide, with Prince Harry witnessing the work they do on his royal visit to Grenada this week.

Queens Park Rangers' Conor Washington

QPR manager Ian Holloway has been giving Conor Washington a familar source of inspiration to regain his confidence and get his clinical streak back - re-watching all of his career goals to date on repeat each day.

Hendon chairman Simon Lawrence has been encouraged by the club's recent form.

Hendon chairman Simon Lawrence believes the club have started to replicate the kind of performances they put together during their 2014-2015 promotion challenge.

Club legend Kevin Gallen is pleased to see Ian Holloway back at Loftus Road.

QPR favourite Kevin Gallen discusses Ian Holloway’s return to Loftus Road and how Conor Washington can flourish under new management.

QPR first-team coach Marc Bircham (left) alongside manager Ian Holloway

QPR first-team coach Marc Bircham admits he has been pleasantly surprised with the technical ability in the squad.

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand says he never made the final decision on signings ahead of former boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand has admitted the club have made no progress in the last year, after showing no signs of improvement under former boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

New Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway (left) and coach Marc Bircham pose after the press conference at Loftus Road, London.

Newly-appointed first-team coach Marc Bircham believes it will be a long time before the club produce a better Under-21 group than the one he worked with during his last spell at Loftus Road.

Wealdstone chairman Peter Marsden (right) is disappointed the club are currently not in the National League South play-off mix. (Pic: ALAN PALMER)

Wealdstone chairman Peter Marsden remains confident Gordon Bartlett is the right man to take the club forward, but wants a quick upturn in form in order to make a serious push for the play-offs.

Duke Micah (white shorts) got the better of Matthew Chanda in their recent title bout at York Hall. (Pic: TGS PHOTO)

Kilburn’s Matthew Chanda believes his performance against Duke Micah proves he can mix it with the best, despite his defeat to the Ghanian on a split decision in Saturday’s Commonwealth bantamweight title fight.

Queens Park Rangers manger Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway admitted his emotions nearly got the better of him on his return to management, as he began his second reign as QPR boss with a hard-fought victory over Norwich City.

Former QPR striker Tony Thorpe has hailed Ian Holloway and Marc Bircham's return to Loftus Road. (Pic: PA)

Former QPR striker Tony Thorpe believes Marc Bircham’s return to Loftus Road is just as big a boost to Rangers’ prospects as Ian Holloway’s.

Ian Holloway was at his enigmatic best as the QPR boss was unveiled to the press at Loftus Road on Wednesday afternoon. (Pic:PA)

They say you should never go back. Well, Ian Holloway has returned for a third spell with Queens Park Rangers.

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