QPR boss Mark Hughes has made a public plea to keep his job even though he admits the west London side are in deep relegation trouble.
The Hoops are bottom of the Barclays Premier League after failing to win any of their opening 12 matches and Hughes' long-term prospects were hampered further by Saturday's 3-1 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Southampton.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has kept his counsel since, aside from a non-committal tweet in the immediate aftermath, and Hughes is desperate to remain in charge.
"Stability is absolutely what this club needs in the long term," he said.
"Until you get to that point where you can establish yourself in the Premier League, then you have to go through periods where there is doubt or apprehension about what the future holds.
"We are at that point in time now, but I think wholesale changes once again for this club would be the wrong decision in my view.
"You would expect me to say that but I honestly believe it."