QPR caretaker boss Mick Harford admits he has no idea of how long he will stay in charge.
Rangers came from behind to earn a point against Ipswich, but still languish at the bottom of the Championship, with just seven points from their opening 10 games.
Sylvain Legwinski opened the scoring for Ipswich in the 53rd minute, but Harford's inspired substitution, replacing defender Michael Mancienne for striker Marc Nygaard, paid off when the Dane struck in the 74th minute.
Despite enjoying the job, Harford does not know if the club's new owner Flavio Briatore will prolong his tenure in charge.
"I don't know. I said the same thing after the last game and after the game before, it's up to the powers that be," he said.
"I enjoy the role, I enjoy being in charge, preparing the team and what we're trying to do here."
Speaking about Saturday's match, Harford said: "In the first half I thought we were in control of the game and I said to the players at half-time that we just need a break in the final third.
"Overall it was a very good performance and maybe we deserved more than a point.
"The players have all shown a great attitude and spirit since I've been in charge. At 1-0 down they could have caved in but they didn't. They came back into the game and could have nicked it."
Ipswich boss Jim Magilton is still looking for a first win on the road this season but took positives from the game.
"Credit to QPR, they started well and they knocked us out of our rhythm," he said.
"In the second half we took the game to them, upped the tempo and the quality and probably had enough chances to win it.
"At 1-0 up we should have enough experience in our team to see the game out but we didn't.
"The first away win remains pretty elusive, but if we keep playing like we did in the second half it won't be too far away."