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The 31-year-old midfielder has struggled to find his feet since making the switch to Loftus Road from Manchester United, but the chairman has publicly backed the captain

QPR owner Tony Fernandes has lent his backing to the club's under-fire captain Park Ji-Sung after his slow start to the season with his new side.

The 31-year-old left Manchester United in the summer after spending seven hugely successful years at Old Trafford, but has so far struggled to replicate his past form this term.

His performances have even led ex-player Lee Cook to question the South Korean's commitment, with the former midfielder telling The Sun: "Every time I saw Park at United, he was a workhorse

"For me, he doesn’t seem to be working as hard as he did there."

However, Fernandes has now publicly supported the midfielder saying he is simply adjusting to life at a new club.

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"It's a new experience for him in that he's never played so much," Fernandes told Yonhap News Agency.

"He also has to adjust to new players. I am not the sort of person that's going to write people off after six or seven games."

Mark Hughes' side have started the campaign in poor form, taking just two points from their opening seven league games to leave themselves bottom of the Premier League.