QPR assistant manager Mick Jones has praised the work of boss Neil Warnock since taking over the Loftus Road club.
The 53-year-old has worked for Warnock for over 20 years and believes his enthusiasm for the job has been a major asset to the club during their title-winning season.
"First of all, I've never seen Neil happier in his life. It's obvious to everyone here that he loves QPR," he told the club's official website.
"Neil is a very inspirational man - that's his biggest strength. He builds from the bottom up. He builds great teams and he's done that here. He always leaves a football club far better off than when he arrived.
"I remember when Neil met the owners of the club for the first time and he was bubbling. He's still that way now and he's gone on to inspire everyone at the club.
"He's got a fantastic staff - everyone at the club is very special to us. We would all die for Neil Warnock - he's done a fantastic job."