DEFENDER Nedum Onuoha is putting his faith in the QPR hierarchy to guide Rangers back into the Premier League.
Onuoha, 26, believes everyone at Loftus Road - from the board to the players - will have learnt from this season’s disappointment.
And the R’s centre-back is confident that experience will make the whole club stronger for it.
“It [promotion] will be a big challenge but you have to have trust in the people that make the big decisions,” Onuoha told www.qpr.co.uk
“I think the people at the top don’t get there by accident so they will learn from anything they haven’t done well, as will the players and manager, and I am confident that when we do come back up we will be a completely different club.
“With the owners that we have they aren’t going to settle for being in the Championship for the next ten years as they want more than that.
“When you have people that are driven like that with their resources I think the future will always be a bright one.”
The former Manchester City Academy graduate will now spend some time away following the conclusion of the season on Sunday.
He will return to Harlington for pre-season training at the end of June and is focusing on trying to force his way into Redknapp’s side for the start of next season.
“As soon as pre-season starts I will train as hard as everybody else to get into the side because this is where I am and will be until I am told to get lost,” he said.