Last Updated: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 14:37
Queens Park Rangers chief executive Philip Beard insists the club are doing everything in their power to turn around their fortunes.
The Hoops sit at the foot of the Premier League without a win to their names and a looming clash at Manchester United at the weekend, but Beard says they are doing all they can to put it right.
There were reports that Hughes had been sacked on Monday night and, although these turned out to be untrue, it is reasonable to say he is under massive scrutiny with his job hanging by a thread.
However, Beard denied he was at the training ground on Tuesday to keep a close eye on the manager.
"I spend a lot of time at the training ground, it's no different to usual," Beard told Sky Sports News.
"We're working hard, we want to turn this around and make sure we do what the fans want, which is to sort ourselves out and get the season back on track."
"We are working really hard and we want to turn this season around. It's important we do it for the fans."
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