They were singing the praises of Radek Cerny after Saturday's win against table-topping Wolves - and Patrick Agyemang believes recognition from the Loft End is long overdue, writes Yann Tear.
Cerny impressed as Rangers emulated their feat of shutting out other promotion favourites Birmingham City and Reading - the highlight being a dive to his left to keep out a David Jones free-kick low down by a post.
"I thought we defended well and our keeper was on fire today," Agyemang told the Gazette.
"We got a great goal through Martin Rowlands and once we got in front, I couldn't see them coming back.
"Radek seems to have won the crowd over and I think it's about time. I know they loved Campy [Lee Camp], but he's a very good keeper.
"I've seen him in training and he's pulled off some great saves in matches. He's very consistent in the way he deals with crosses, with his catching and kicking and he's a quality keeper.
"It's only right that he gets some recognition now."
Agyemang missed a good opportunity to make the evening even more memorable for Rangers when he had a close-range effort blocked by keeper Wayne Hennessey - an opening made possible after a slip from former QPR loan star Michael Mancienne.
But overall, Agyemang w ill b e pleased with his contribution, even if he has not scored since September's home win over
Southampton - his only goal so far in 17 league appearances.
"I feel that the only thing that's missing for me at the moment is a goal," the Ghanaian striker said. "I've not played as many games as I wanted to because of injuries and then when I've come in, I've been on the bench.
"But Saturday was my second start in a row and I feel I'm getting my fitness level up. hopefully the next thing is that the goals will come.
"I suppose there is always a little bit of anxiety for a striker until you get back amongst the goals. I want to get that goal, but I want to play well too and I'm happy with my performance. On another day, I might have had two today.
"I think that once I get one, I'll get more."
Rangers are having to adapt quickly to the new diamond formation favoured by coach Paulo Sousa and the win against an on-fire Wolves will have gone a long way towards persuading the players that he knows what he is doing, according to the Portuguese.
Agyemang for one is becoming convinced, even if Tuesday's setback at Hillsborough proved there is still work to be done.
"We are getting to grips with the new system now," he said.
"We're working on our shape every day in training and the boss wants us to know what to do during a match if we need to switch systems.
"Whether he wants 4-4-2, the diamond formation or one up front, he wants to get it into our minds so we know what we're doing.
"It is quite hard and I would say training is demanding at the moment. It's true that maybe most players are happy playing 4-4-2, but this is the way our manager wants to play and if you want to play for him, that's how you've got to play."
Agyemang added: "Whatever formation we do play, we are a team that loves playing the top sides.
"When we play the bigger teams, we seem to bring out a bigger performance and that was the case against Wolves.
"It's looking good at the moment and the team can only grow in confidence after a win like the one against Wolves.
"The thing we need to do now though is to start winning away, then we will really climb the league.
"At the moment we are just not creating enough chances when we go away and if we are making chances, we are not finishing them, so it's a problem we've got to start sorting out."
Match Summary QPR (0) 1 WOLVES (0) 0 Line-up: Cerny; Ramage, Gorkss, Stewart, Delaney; Ephraim, Mahon, Rowlands; Helguson (Tommasi 77); Agyemang, Blackstock (Cook 27, Di Carmine 90). Subs not used: Cole, Borrowdale. Attendance: 13,416 GOAL: Rowlands (63)
MoM: Martin Rowlands