In fact, the thoughts of manager Ollie took 45 minutes just for what is known as the broadcast section in his first press conference back - the later printed press is as long.
The manager was good value for the assembled media as he spoke about his dreams for Rangers, Gareth Southgate for the England manager's job - in a word, Southgate should get it - as well as a bit of a pop at what he endured in his five year spell from 2001 to 2006.
The 53-year-old flanked by new assistant Marc Bircham took a nano second to agree he had unfinished business, no thanks to thwarted plans last time.
In a thinly veiled attack on former chief executive Gianni Paladini, Holloway described telling his squad how a cash-struck club would only be able to hour 25 per cent of their contracts.
"We were the first big club to have administration thrown at us," he remembered.
"We took the club from £6m to £2.8m - half the budget. I had to them (players) you're only going to get 25 per cent of your deals. That QPR dream died on that day. So sure, I've got unfinished business."
As frank as ever, Ollie believes he has inherited a lopsided squad, but insists he can get the best out of them.
"We need young, hungry up for it people with a sprinkling of experience," he added. "We need a bit TLC and a bit of self belief this season. We've got a lot of no 10s, that when you put them out wide it's not quite there.
"I know enough to defend my way. I know we'll do it (get back to the Premier League.)
"But it's stupid to say this year or next year. Are there that many clubs ahead of us? Maybe two or three, and they're not brilliant.
"But you've got to be lucky with injuries and suspensions, and that can be crippling. I want to outscore the opposition by one goal.
"Two days (back here) have felt like two months, and that's because I'm used to it.
"I've got to get them (players to play so well they forget about the money (they're on."