Results will come for Rangers - Hughes
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR manager Mark Hughes knows it has not been the greatest of starts to the season but has backed his side to turn the corner.
The Hoops have yet to win a Barclays Premier League match this campaign, collecting just two points from a possible 15 heading into Monday's clash with West Ham. That indifferent start has seen the pressure begin to mount on Hughes, who the bookmakers make second favourite to be the next top-flight manager to leave their post. The Welshman, though, is not too concerned with such talk and believes his side will soon start picking up victories, especially when they are able to call upon a number of defenders again. "I think for the most part our performances have been fine up to a point," said Hughes, who will have to do without the injured Anton Ferdinand, Jose Bosingwa, Fabio and Armand Traore. "Obviously we need to see games out. We have selection problems at the moment in a key area of the field in defence. "We have had too much of a turnover in terms of selection and personnel changes so that doesn't lend well to having that continuity of performance. We've created some decent football in the initial period but it was always going to take time. "We are not going to hide behind the fact it is not the best of starts and the start that we wanted. We understood that it could happen and that it would take us time to get the team functioning as we wanted."