QPR CEO Lee Hoos has explained the reasons why the club has opted not to hold a Player of the Year event this season.
The club had every intention of hosting an event at the end of the current campaign, but - owing to a number of factors - those plans have been shelved for this season.
Hoos told www.qpr.co.uk: "We've done a lot of due diligence on this and unfortunately we've been unable to find a sensible price point that works for both the club and our loyal supporters.
"We’d have loved to have held an event in the local vicinity to Loftus Road, but finding a venue in London with an acceptable ticket cost isn’t as straightforward as many would imagine.
“In addition, most of the venues that could have worked from a location point of view, had high minimum guaranteed numbers, making ticket costs excessive.
“There is clearly no appetite for a high end offering, which we totally understand.
“However, I can assure supporters that we will be widening our scope for next season, in a bid to find the perfect venue at an affordable price.”
The voting lines for the end of season awards will open on www.qpr.co.uk later this week.
As in previous years, the awards will be presented on the final day of the season, when QPR play host to Bristol City at Loftus Road.