Bradley Orr insists QPR will not buckle under the pressure as they sit just one win away from promotion.
The Championship leaders face Hull City on Monday knowing that a win would take them back to the top-flight for the first time since 1996.
Neil Warnock's team still have the threat of a point deduction hanging over them in relation to the third-party ownership of Alejandro Faurlin, with the Football Association still to make their ruling.
However, the decision of the FA is something they cannot influence, unlike the results on the pitch.
Orr told the club's official website: "We're not feeling any pressure whatsoever.
"We've got a fantastic squad with great camaraderie and togetherness. Come match day, you look around the dressing room and you see your mates next to you and you know what you're going to get - 10 out of 10.
"Anyone in the league would swap positions with us. We've given our fans a chance to be proud of us, to put a smile on their faces and if we can do that against Hull at Loftus Road, in front of a full house, that would be fantastic."