QPR manager Ian Holloway says he can see why the club have only got two points on the road this season after they fought back to secure a 1-1 draw with Barnsley.

It certainly wasn't a classic, and the Hoops went behind after a Harvey Barnes strike from 20 yards, before Luke Freeman rescued a point with a wonder-goal of his own, rifling home from 25 yards after 87 minutes.

Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "I’m a little bit frustrated really because I think we’re better than the performance. I’ve had to make some changes but the lads did very well. We got crosses into the box but I want my lads to be inside the full backs; we should have scored two like that.

Ian Holloway

"They scored an absolutely fantastic strike. From the second It left his boot we could see it was going in and luckily for us in the end we kept strong and we managed to get one.

"What I didn’t like was what happened after. They went forward and we didn’t get enough people back. We’ve only got two points on the road this season and I can see why, because even after we’ve just got back in it, everybody should be back there.

"I’ve got a lot to do but I’m pleased with what they’re giving me, I think the fans would expect to see that tonight. It’s a terrible fixture to be honest with another game on Friday, but I’m delighted with our work rate.

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"We want to compete in every single game. We might not be where we want to be financially but I don’t need finance, I need people who care, and these boys are doing brilliantly."