Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has pleaded for "patience" from the club's faithful after their defeat to West Ham United on Monday night.
QPR slumped to a 2-1 loss at home to the Hammers courtesy of goals from Matt Jarvis and Ricardo Vaz Te, as Adel Taarabt's second-half strike only proved to be a consolation.
Hoops boss Mark Hughes heavily invested in new players in the summer, and with the club bottom of the table the pressure is already mounting on the Welshman.
But Fernandes wrote on his Twitter account after Monday's loss: "I'm calm and want to build stability which is what most fans want. There are many out there who are clueless.
"Bad game but I expected it. Need all injured players back. After West Brom. And get everyone to match fitness. Patience. Keep calm. 6 games does not make a season. I have learnt from many wise chairman.
"Mark will sort it out. Look at his record. We would have won if we didn't go down to 10. I am relaxed and confident. Let's get all our players back and in form and fit and then let's see."