The Rs defender believes that the club's ongoing turmoil cannot be solved by throwing cash at the situation and has warned that any new arrivals must be prepared to work hardClint Hill believes that spending big in the January transfer window is not the neccesarily the way to ease QPR's Premier League relegation woes.
Harry Redknapp's men currently sit rock bottom of the division and a 2-2 draw with Wigan on Saturday saw the Hoops' winless run stretch to 16 games, setting a new Premier League record.
The west London club narrowly avoided relegation last season and have found themselves in similar turmoil this campaign, despite investing heavily over the summer.
“The chairman is throwing money everywhere, left, right and centre and sometimes that doesn’t work,” he told reporters.
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“You’ve got to stick with people and work on them and try and get the best out of the ability they have.
“You can look at it two ways. You can think ‘Oh my God, how the hell are we going to get out of this?’ or you go ‘let’s prove people wrong’.
"If we do manage to do it, what a record and achievement it would be when you’re sitting in your armchair in 15 or 20 years’ time. So we’ve got to be up for it. If you’re not up for it, don’t come here.”