Ian Holloway has praised the attitude of his large squad, saying that the the players know what is expected of them each week.

The QPR boss has extensive options in his squad, meaning that two or three first team players miss out each week due to the level of competition, but Ollie says he's delighted with how his players have responded to the challenge.

He said: "The personal satisfaction of this is that when I decide to do this the team know i’m not doing it personally against them. I brought Ryan Manning off last week because we went 1-0 down and he was a defensive-minded player so I brought Conor Washington on. Ryan’s reaction was magnificent.

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"He wasn’t even sub (against Wolves), not because he’d done anything wrong but because of who I’m taking on.

"Matt Smith has been magnificent, Idrissa Sylla has been magnificent; it’s not easy these days. Players throw strops left, right and centre but we’re a bit old fashioned here. If people don’t do what I tell them, I won’t like it and I won’t let you be anybody so you have to accept what I tell you.

"Hopefully we’ll have a little bit of discipline and hopefully we can get a little bit better."

The match-winner against Wolves was substitute Matt Smith who made an immediate impact after his introduction, and Holloway said it was the perfect example of the quality that he has at his disposal.

He saidL "Matt Smith, and the quality that we did have sat there, and the quality that I had and didn’t pick today, like Bright Samuels, Ryan Manning and everybody else back at the training ground, it’s getting better and better.

"Some of these young lads that we have coming through will be good players.

"Rome wasn’t built in a day, but some of the lads I’ve got on the training ground here are so exciting, it’s unreal. It really is."