QPR defender Peter Ramage has hailed the impact Neil Warnock has had since taking the reins at Loftus Road.
Rangers have lost just once in seven games since Warnock took over from Mick Harford last month and Ramage believes the improved performances are testament to Warnock`s approach to man-management.
"He is getting the best out of everyone at the club," Ramage told the club`s official website. "He is bright around the training ground, he makes everyone smile and we are starting to see the benefits of that on the pitch."
The 26-year-old admits the Hoops are still in a relegation fight ahead of of Saturday`s clash with fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday.
He added: "Crystal Palace`s result on Tuesday has dragged us back into the relegation battle.
"The Sheffield Wednesday game is going to be a tough one. Alan Irvine`s teams are always hard to beat and he will have their players up for it. It is the preverbial six-pointer."