QPR manager Mark Hughes believes that he is the right man to revive Rangers' fortunes after their poor start to the season.
Hughes took over at Loftus Road in January, but the club only confirmed their Premier League survival on the last day of the season, despite defeat to Manchester City.
This season the Hoops have started miserably, and sit bottom of the table on just two points from their opening seven games.
Despite votes of confidence from owner Tony Fernandes there have been strong rumours that Hughes could be facing the sack, but the Welshman believes that he will turn the situation around.
"I know how well I work and I know what my staff do on a daily basis, I would put my ability up against anyone," Hughes said.
"I don't think we are talking in those terms [of being sacked], I'm very positive about where we are.
"I understand the reasons why we are where we are, but the focus on us isn't going to go away until we start winning games.
"We understand that, so we are where we are and we can't change that until we start winning, so why worry about it?"
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