"I thought the game lacked quality for the first hour. The game was relatively level and on the back of last weekend I would have taken that given the fragility of the confidence of the squad.
"We have got fight. We just did not show it last Sunday (versus Sheffield Wednesday). I was pleased we were able to come out of it.
"No disrespect to QPR but they did not test our goalkeeper until the goal.
"We fell behind to their best player and probably the best player on the pitch. He has done that all his career and despite all that knowledge, we could not quite stop him.
"It was then a case of where we could get energy on the pitch without losing the structure.
"Haks (Odoffin) has had a good chance but there were good saves from Viktor at the end. They were big saves and he has done it time and time again."