Former Queens Park Rangers star Trevor Sinclair has told talkSPORT that the club’s terrible start to the season has left him distraught.
Mark Hughes’ side have only garnered four points from 11 games this season leaving them rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
And the ex-winger believes they only have one month before the damage done to the club becomes irreversible.
He told Kick Off: “I’m absolutely devastated and I know personally, because I’ve still got a lot of friends that are Queens Park Rangers fans, they’re disgusted, gutted, astounded by the situation the club is in at the moment.
“I think the players have got a lot of responsibility to start putting on performances and I don’t mean performances for a performance’s sake. I mean performances to stop them losing.
“I think the manager is under severe pressure now. I like Mark Hughes. I was a massive supporter of his as a player, our careers intertwined, and he was someone I always looked up to as being a fantastic player.
“But as a manager at Queens Park Rangers, I have to say, with the amount of money that he’s had to spend and the amount of time he’s had now, he’s not doing it.
“The QPR fans have seen Tony Fernandes come in, spend all this money in the club to see them bottom of the table with four points after eleven games. It’s definitely not good enough.
“They need a change of fortune and if they don’t get it in the next month and start moving up the table I can’t see any way out for Queens Park Rangers, which is sad to say because I love the club.”
And Sinclair also believes that, in the future, former team-mate Les Ferdinand should be in the running to take up a management role with the club.
He added: “I cannot understand for the life of me why a former player like Les Ferdinand, who was an inspirational player in his day to all his team-mates, and is a fantastic role model in the game, who is looked upon so highly, not considered for a job like Queens Park Rangers when he’s got such a big history there.
“He comes out to Abu Dhabi to work with me every now and again and he’s an inspirational man. He’s got plenty of aura around him. I’d love to see players like this get involved in management and get given an opportunity in the top flight of English football.”