Harry Redknapp has told QPR's players it is their responsibility to rescue the club from Barclays Premier League relegation.
Rangers sit at the foot of the table eight points adrift of safety and seek their first victory of the season when they host Aston Villa on Saturday
"They are the ones that are here, they're the ones that got us into this mess and they're the ones that are going to get us out of it," said Redknapp.
"And they can do it. I feel there is enough here for us to do it. That's the situation we are in.
"I won't spend our way out of trouble. If we can get some points, who knows maybe in January we'll make a loan or two if need be.
"By the time January comes we are going to know basically. We've got to make sure we are not cut adrift and we are back in there with a chance.
"What's the point of the club spending money and bringing more players in if you are cut adrift? We don't want that situation.
"The club isn't going to put itself in a position where it is overloaded next year with a lot of big wages when it's not in the Premier League.
"What we do in the next six or seven games will decide where we go in January."