Caretaker manager Mick Harford is keen to bring more new faces to QPR before Monday's clash with Norwich.
The Loftus Road outfit remain the only side in England yet to win a league match this season after they went down 4-2 to Colchester at Layer Road.
But Harford, who took charge following John Gregory's departure on Monday, insists he is determined to strengthen the squad as they look to move off the foot of the Championship table.
Harford said: "I'm hoping we can add to the squad before Monday and I'll be working around the clock to do so."
Rowan Vine, signed on a month-long loan from Birmingham, made an instant impact for his new club as he scored in Wednesday night's defeat.
Harford added: "Rowan can score all kinds of goals and he took his very well.
"He could have had a couple of others, but there's certainly a lot more to come from him."