QPR manager Ian Holloway has rued the decision-making of his defender after his side suffered a heavy 4-0 defeat against Nottingham Forest.

The Hoops looked to fall apart after conceding the first goal on the day, and Holloway says he was hoping to use his good record at the City Ground to end the club's hoodoo.

Speaking after the game, he said: "It’s weird, I’ve won here a lot. So I was hoping that i’d rub off on this but to win any game at this level you have to have at least eight of your 11 playing at the top of their game, and in defence of my boys I don’t think they didn’t try to play well, but too many of them didn’t.

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"Some of the decisions they’re making; they look tired, they look lacklustre and sometimes you can’t put your finger on it."

The result is not the way that Holloway would have wanted to go into the international break, and Ollie has said that options are limited for correcting the errors before they face Aston Villa in two weeks.

He said: "I’ve just been asked what am I going to do, well I won’t see Mass (Luongo) until the day of our next game because he’s going away to play Honduras twice. God knows what state he’s going to be in when he gets back but generally you have to look at the overall performance of everybody and not get too carried away, but when I watch that video hopefully I can find some things that are numerically wrong with us and I can show them that they’ve got to realise that before that happens, they can talk to someone, push them there and we’ll be in a much better structure, because that’s what football’s about.

"We were too slow and too wrong to get anywhere near them today."