Hughes not scared of relegation
Queens Park Rangers,
Mark Hughes believes an exciting future lies ahead at QPR even if they end up playing second-tier football next season.
The west Londoners teeter dangerously over the precipice heading into Sunday's final Barclays Premier League game of the season against a Manchester City side on the cusp of a first league title since 1968.
Defeat could see QPR make an immediate return to the npower Championship, but Hughes predicts a bright future even if that scenario comes to fruition.
"It is a huge game," the former City boss said. "In the whole context of QPR, I think if we don't stay in the Premier League what is in place will still continue and still happen.
"What we want to happen is obviously stay in the Premier League so that process is accelerated and we can really go on with building this club to where we want it to be in the future.
"That is the exciting part and that is why I came here. We don't want the setback of relegation. There is a real will to make sure that Queens Park Rangers are a really strong, competitive team in the Premier League for many years to come."