Malaysian millionaire recently invited his followers on the social networking site Twitter to offer suggestions as to whom Neil Warnock should buy in the January window
Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has asked the club's fans to suggest who they want to see arrive at Loftus Road during the January transfer window.
Fernandes has made a positive impression on Rangers fans since his takeover by funding the arrival at Loftus Road of stars such as Shaun Wright-Phillips, Anton Ferdinand and Armand Traore to bolster Neil Warnock’s Premier League newcomers.
The Malaysian millionaire, who owns AirAsia and the motor-racing company Lotus, has now taken the extraordinary measure of asking for help from his followers on Twitter.
Fernandes’s tweet read: “OK QPR fans, give me some suggestions for players to buy. Good to get feedback.”
QPR have made a good start to life in the Premier League, though they have been playing with a certain degree of pressure since their takeover by Fernandes, who has the financial muscle to help retain top-flight status for the club.
Former Sheffield United boss Warnock is rumoured to have a hefty transfer budget at his disposal for when the window re-opens in January, and has already been linked with moves for Andy Johnson, Nedum Onuoha and Sebastian Bassong.
The Loftus Road outfit travel to Stoke for their next Premier League game, which is sure to be a tough test of their Premier League credentials.