Mark Hughes insists QPR are progressing despite their 1-0 defeat at the hands of Arsenal on Saturday.
Mikel Arteta netted six minutes from time to ensure the Hoops remain bottom of the table on just three points.
But the QPR boss, who hit out at the referee and officials for not ruling Arteta's winner offside, is confident fortunes can improve ahead of their games with Reading and Southampton.
"We are building in terms of performances," said Hughes.
"The guys are used to playing together. We are looking for continuity.
"In terms of preparations for games I wouldn't question what we are doing. We just need to cut out the individual errors at key stages.
"We have played nine games, the majority against teams in the top 10. We have got a run of games coming up that hopefully will allow us to get maximum points.
"We weren't expected to win at Arsenal, but we have had a real go and given a good account of ourselves, so we will draw belief from that."