QPR manager Ian Holloway has hailed his side for fighting back to secure a 2-2 draw against Millwall.
Speaking after the game, Holloway reflected on an action-packed 90 minutes, and says he is pleased that he now has the option to make effective substitutions to change games.
He said: "It’s a very emotional game isn’t it. It’s a wonderful local derby, everything’s happening, everyone is getting stuck in, they scored a brilliant goal, a wonder goal. What a fantastic strike.
"It rocked us to the core then we didn’t quite do what we needed to do, and then in the second half when we looked like we were going to, and then we let another one in against 10 men.
"Normally QPR would fold but I’m really pleased that we kept solid and understood where the spare man was. We didn’t just launch it even when Smithy’s come on, how many saves has their keeper made? I’ll have to have a look at it. Unbelievable.
"We hit the bar twice and we could have had a hat-full. I’m saying, we understood where the spare man was, we worked it to the spare man with the right balance and then we’ve put it in the box and our bench is so strong these days that I can cause anybody problems.
"So if it’s not working, keep believing, keep going and i’ll make some changes and hopefully we’ll have a chance in every game."