Mark Warburton believes QPR still have plenty to play for this season, starting with getting back to winning ways at Huddersfield. 

Warburton’s side sit 16th in the Championship and will be out for a much-needed win against the Terriers, who have won just once in 2020.  

But the Hoops have been in poor form themselves with only one win from five in all competitions and will bid to avert a fifth straight away defeat when they face the Terriers. 

Warburton said: "There's still lots to play for and we need the backing of the fans and I hope very much they enjoy following their team.

"I think it's about us focusing on QPR and being as best as we can be for the remaining games.

"I saw Leeds lost to Wigan and no one is really surprised. Not being disrespectful to Leeds but bottom beats top and that's how it goes.

"If Manchester City, Chelsea or Liverpool get beat it's all over the front pages.

"In this division it's the nature of it. Luton, Wigan or Barnsley can beat someone. We beat Leeds 1-0."

The 57-year-old’s squad is being stretched with Yoann Barbet on the road back from serious injury and Geoff Cameron serving the second of a two-match ban.

Furthermore, the R’s lost key talent in the recent window with Toni Leistner, Josh Scowen and top scorer Nakhi Wells all departing. 

The Loftus Road side have fallen off the pace since their early play-off push but Warburton insists that he has the squad depth to get back on track, starting on Saturday. 

He added: "What we're doing is we're working with our young players and there's some really talented young boys on the pitch.

"We've kept our young talents as well and our senior players are working really hard on and off the pitch in a mentoring capacity.

"I hope the genuine fans can see a lot of work being done by the players.

The Hoops will have to turn the tide of recent history – they haven’t beaten Huddersfield in their last four attempts and their last win in West Yorkshire came back in 2015.