QPR boss Ian Holloway is already looking ahead to next season by indicating he would like to sign three or four players.
Speaking to TalkSPORT, Holloway said: “I’m hoping for three or four new signings to make us a more steady team.
“If we get control of our budget the way we want to and the way we need to, you can then build from that position”.
“Unfortunately now, we don’t get too many agents ringing us thinking that the gravy train is still running, they know it’s dried up and they’re not going to bother.”
The 54-year-old has also admitted that he wants to avoid the mistakes the club has made with transfers in past seasons.
“What we don’t want is people coming to us to fill their pockets with loads of money, and not have the right drive and desire on the pitch.”
“Unfortunately QPR have seen that over the last few years,” said Holloway.
The former QPR player, joined the club for a second spell as manger in November last year after replacing Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
However, the club would only go on to finish 18th in the table, narrowly avoiding relegation in the process.