QPR defender Grant Hall says the dressing room is a much better place to be, saying that they've got rid of any 'cliques' in the playing squad.

The 25-year-old has seen a number of players come and go since arriving at Loftus Road two years ago, and says that Ian Holloway has done an excellent job of forging a strong collective group.

When asked by GetWestLondon whether the unity in the team had improved under Ian Holloway, Hall said: "Yeah definately. There's no cliques in the dressing room now, everyone is together. We all get on well together, and the gaffer brings that camaraderie; he's great around the dressing room, and we're pushing all together which is pleasing.

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"It's been a good start (to the season), you know. Obviously looking at the league table you can't really read too much into it. It's been a good start, we've played very well in games, and against Fulham I thought it was a really good game and could have ended 4-4 because it was end to end.

"We're creating a lot of chances which is pleasing because we didn't really do that before. It's now just about taking those chances when they come along. But I'm confident we'll do well because the boys have done really well."