QPR manager Harry Redknapp has rejected allegations that several of his players indulged in late-night drinking sessions during a training camp in Dubai last month.
Rangers took advantage of a break in their fixtures to travel to the United Arab Emirates on February 12.
However a report in the Daily Mirror quoted three unnamed players as saying the warm-weather training camp descended into farce with one saying it was more like a "stag party".
Redknapp, whose side are seven points adrift at the bottom of the Premier League, confirmed he had stayed in a different hotel to the squad but was incredulous about the allegations.
"If it happened they must have done something I didn't see. I don't believe what you're saying. I can't see it," Redknapp told the newspaper.
One unnamed player told the Daily Mirror: "Dubai was a week when we had the chance to sort out the problems. Everybody wanted to do that. But we ended up going there for a holiday. It would have been better if we'd stay...