Neil Warnock has highlighted the next 10 matches as vital to QPR's Premier League survival hopes.
The Rs put up an impressive display against Arsenal but fell to a 1-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium.
QPR now face a vital-looking match with fellow promoted side Norwich on Monday, which Warnock believes could be act as a catalyst in their push for survival.
"I think the next 10 games are vital for us," he said. "We have a tough run in the last six weeks so I think the next eight, nine or 10 games will define our season really. The quicker we can get players [to help with that] the better.
"We're due a bit of luck against Norwich. They have had a lot the last few years with us so we are due a little bit.
"I think it will be a decent game. We are playing well. We need to put the chances away and I hope the lads that play on Monday give it a good shot."