QPR midfielder Josh Scowen has said that the club need to improve their record in front of goal, but he's confidence that the tide will turn.

A major criticism of the Hoops has been their ability to put the ball in the back of the net, but speaking to the club's website, former Barnsley man says that he's adamant the team can turn things round away from home.

“There have been a lot of positives in the recent games, but the one major frustration is that we've not taken our chances,” he said.

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“Of course it’s frustrating, because we feel we’re doing enough to get victories on the board on our travels, but for one reason or another, it’s not happening for us at the moment.

"We're getting in the right positions and I'm sure if we keep doing that, we'll get the rub of the green and the goals will come.”