Neil Warnock believes QPR's chances of staying in the top flight have taken a huge step forward following the arrival of new owner Tony Fernandes.
The Hoops boss believes the signings of Joey Barton and Luke Young are just the start of a revolution at Loftus Road.
Warnock has hailed the impact of Fernandes at the club following the club's return to the Premier League after a 15-year absence.
And, the manager says he is expecting up to four more new faces before transfer deadline day with Manchester City's Shaun Wright-Phillips, a reported target.
He said: "It's really exciting to know we're going to supplement our squad with five or six new players because we're going to need them.
"I've been speaking to him (Fernandes) most evenings and he's just been fantastic. I've never had that sort of support anywhere. I've come up with the names and he's said 'go for it'."