QPR winger Junior Hoilett believes the thought of an immediate return to the Premier League is something that has brought the squad together, with every member of the squad sharing the same goal.
The R's suffered a damaging campaign last season, as they were relegated from the top flight, finishing bottom of the league.
However, an opening day victory in the Championship, followed by success last night in the League Cup, has encouraged the midfielder who has noticed the change in attitude since they dropped down to the second tier.
Hoilett told BBC Sport: "It was difficult last season but it is a new campaign and the squad is fighting for each other to get what we want - a promotion."
"Everybody has the same goal. We are getting used to each other and you can see the movement and passing," he added.
After coming from behind to beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 on Saturday, Hoilett played the full 90 minutes as his side defeated Exeter 2-0 in the Capital One Cup, with the Canadian stressing the importance of putting together a winning run.
"The team played well together and it is important to get a win in every game and to progress in every competition.
"It will help with our momentum and it gives us confidence to get goals going into the weekend," he said.
QPR are back in action this weekend as they face Huddersfield in the Championship.
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