New QPR owner Tony Fernandes says the club can "go anywhere" under his leadership.
The Air Asia tycoon, who bought a controlling 66 percent stake in the Premier League new boys from Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone, is confident about the future for the west London club.
He said: "If we build the foundation right, we can go anywhere. It's about getting the right structure and the right people."
Former Loftus Road vice-chairman and fans' favourite Amit Bhatia has been reinstalled by Fernandes, and the new owner is delighted to have him back on board.
"Amit is very passionate about this club, as the fans know," he added. "He spends most of his time in England, as opposed to me, so he will be here at every home game and he will be very involved."
Fernandes has also promised to add "three or four" players to the R's squad before the transfer window closes on August 31.
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