Under previous management QPR fans used to sing "We want our Rangers back" but Fernandes is hopeful this will not be heard over the coming months.
"We've got great fans, you know, they've taken a lot of stick, both up and down, me as a chairman, we made a lot of mistakes, I think they, they feel the old QPR, they feel things are coming back," he said.
"Morale can change like this, with three points - you know, we won three on the trot, I can't remember the last time we won three on the trot. And that's the best tonic, nothing the chairman can say, makes up for three points on Saturday" said Fernandes ahead of Saturday's home game against Nottingham Forest.
Holding on to star striker Charlie Austin has been well received by fans and seen betting odds on QPR winning promotion back to the Premier league slashed. Fernandes though is realistic about the prospects of keeping the striker for the long term.
"Money talks, let's be real…If players are offered positions at Manchester United and Chelsea, you know: we've got many players, players have one career. You can't begrudge him of that," Fernandes said.
"But we'll try, it's not different from me, when I started AirAsia and our pilots were poached by Emirates and Qatar and - much bigger salaries, much more glamorous life, but they're all back, and you know most are happy and content where they are, and they enjoy the environment. So it's not always about money but let's be real. Money does play a part."
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