QPR defender Peter Ramage has revealed his frustration at another turbulent season at Loftus Road - but is confident better is to come next term.
Off-field goings on have dominated the headlines emanating from west London yet again, but with Neil Warnock now at the helm hopes are high for some stability at the club and a long-awaited push for promotion.
"It's been frustrating," Ramage told the club's official website.
"It was a season which brought a lot of optimism and we started so well, then it seemed to nosedive.
"Obviously there has been a lot of upheaval at the club but the players have to take a look at themselves as well. If we'd been performing week in, week out then maybe we wouldn't have had all these managers. So as well as other things going on the players share the responsibility.
"It's over now, thankfully, and hopefully we can come back in July - we've got the right manager and backing - and hopefully we can do things."