Queens Park Rangers fans are undecided this season
Believe Queens Park Rangers have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Queens Park Rangers fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Queens Park Rangers's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 9.2
77% of Queens Park Rangers fans are happy with the team's current management
Queens Park Rangers fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Queens Park Rangers's recruitment so far this summer
Jake Clarke-Salter / Free / Chelsea
Performed well when on loan at Coventry last season and the young center-back looks to be a useful addition. 3/5
Kenneth Paal / Free / PEC Zwolle
Moves to west London on a free after Zwolle were relegated from the Eredivisie. Paal is a versatile left sider and can operate at the back and further forward. 3/5
Tyler Roberts / Loan / Leeds
The Wales international will bring plenty of physicality and energy to QPR's frontline but his game is lacking a key attribute for a striker - goals. 2/5
Free / Ipswich
Jordy de Wijs
Undisclosed / Fortuna Dusseldorf
Free / Brisbane Roar
Free / Aris Salonika
Free / Hibernian
Loan / Leyton Orient
Andre Gray was QPR's top league goalscorer last season, with just ten Championship goals and the Hoops need to find a more reliable goal threat. Both Gray and Charlie Austin have left the club and the Hoops need to add to their forward line, with fellow striker Lyndon Dykes also linked with a move away from west London.
Ilias Chair and Chris Willock both managed three goals from outside the box last season, only three players in the second tier scored more from beyond the 18-yard line.
Over the last seven seasons in the Championship, QPR have averaged 59 points per season with their haul of 66th last term their second-best return during that time.
No side in the top half of the Championship conceded more goals than QPR's 59 last term and they will need to tighten up that leaky rearguard to progress next term.
Michael Beale's appointment by QPR is an interesting move and it will be fascinating to see how he gets on. Beale was a highly-regarded coach during spells with Liverpool, Rangers and Aston Villa, but management is different and much depends on the club's summer recruitment. QPR fell away towards the end of last season, losing nine of their final 13 games, and a top-half finish may be beyond them.
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