QPR manager Ian Holloway said his side struggled against the height of Bolton Wanderers in their 1-1 draw at the Macron Stadium.

Darren Pratley scored a header from a corner in the first half to give the hosts the lead, and Ollie said he was disappointed after working on how to handle their threat through the week.

Speaking after the game, he said: "We went a goal down against the run of play. We lost two headers. We got that wrong. Against a big team.

QPR manager Ian Holloway responds angrily to suggestions he is under pressure after draw against Bolton Wanderers

“They’re a massive side and we worked on it all week – but we didn’t defend it well enough.

“We had a wobble until half-time. The goal dislodged us and our game plan went missing until the break.

“But then we dominated the second half. We pinged them back for almost the whole of the second half.

“It was all one-way traffic – the goal was deserved when it arrived. And I thought we could go on and get a winner after that."