Manager Simon Grayson remains confident he can take Leeds into the Barclays Premier League but admits the npower Championship is as wide open as ever.
Neil Warnock's QPR side have set the pace in an unbeaten start but the Whites find themselves in fifth place after adjusting well to life back in the second tier.
"We've made a good start, but we're not getting carried away with ourselves," Grayson said. "We talked before the season about looking at blocks of games - maybe 10 - and having a look at what we have done and what we could do better.
"QPR have made a great start and they are the form team but other than that there has been no outstanding team in the division and it really could be anybody's year.
"We believe we can get out of this division but so do a lot of teams. Teams who can go on a seven or eight game unbeaten run will be the teams up there."