Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has said that his side’s opponents on Sunday, Manchester United, will be nervous about playing his newly promoted side, as reported by the Daily Mail.
After extensive recruitment in the summer transfer window, including further considerable outlay in the run up to deadline day and on deadline day itself, Man Utd need a victory soon to justify any sort of optimism at the club.
They have failed to win in any of the competitive fixtures they have played thus far this season, which also encompasses a stunning 4-0 humiliation that they faced at the hands of MK Dons in the second round of the League Cup.
QPR, unlike their opponents for the weekend, have won a game in the Premier League, and in fact vanquished a side that Man Utd failed to win against, Sunderland.
The QPR owner said: “United have one player (Angel di Maria) worth more than my squad but they have not won yet. We have.
“Right now they will be nervous about playing us.”
Fernandes also clarified that anything apart from relegation would be an achievement for his side this season.