However, former Blackburn Rovers man Hoilett is adamant that the Hoops have the players in the dressing room to get themselves out of the bottom three.
"Results haven't gone our way so far this season, but I believe we still have the right mind-set and quality to get through it," he told the club's official website.
"The atmosphere in this group is good. We're a unit and we're all fighting for each other.
"We've got leaders here who have been in the game for many, many years. I'm confident that we can turn things around."
QPR face Liverpool in their Premier League clash at Loftus Road on Sunday.