Mark Hughes the former manager of Fulham,Manchetser City and Blackburn Rovers has been appointed to manage QPR.
The Loftus Road club who just got promoted to the English Premier League Division signed a contract of two and a half years with the Welshman, before this move they decided to relieve former manger Neil Warnock of his job.
Hughes will be seen in action for the Loftus Road club for the first time in a training session on Tuesday, other backroom staffs to work with him are Mark Bowen, Eddie Niedzwiecki and Kevin Hitchcock, who have also been appointed.
Mark Hughes said its a great feeling getting back to what he knows best which is football either playing or coaching and he is relishing the challenge given him by the management of QPR with the appointment.
He promised that he would be consolidating the position of the team in the Premier League and he sees a very bright future with QPR.
QPR are 17th in the Barclays Premier League after winning promotion from the Championship last season, hovering one point and one place above the relegation zone.
Hughes left his last role as Fulham manager at the end of the 2010-11 season, and before that had been in charge at Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers and with the Wales national team.
Hughes’ first match in charge of QPR will be against Newcastle United at the Sports Direct Arena on Sunday.