R’S GAFFER Mark Hughes has admitted there is still ‘work to be done’ before the summer transfer window slams shut.
Speculation has been rife in the press this week, as the rumour-mill really kicks into overdrive ahead of next Friday’s 11.00pm deadline.
Hughes told www.qpr.co.uk: “We’re looking at quality players who will improve the squad.
“There’s been a huge turnover of players at this football club since the owner came in. We’ve had 20 or so leave, and 15 that have come in that have improved the quality of the squad.
“There’s still business to be done, but the amount of activity in this window won’t be replicated in January or seasons to come. It needed to be done this summer.”
On speculation linking Spurs defender Michael Dawson to the club, Hughes added: “At the moment it’s not where I hoped it would be.
“There was a problem with personal terms but that could still change.”
And on the subject of bringing another keeper to Loftus Road, Hughes said: “It was always my intention to bring two quality goalkeepers in this summer.
“We’re still looking and there are still options available to us.”