QPR manager Ian Holloway has challenged his squad to get used to winning games ahead of tonight's clash with Northampon Town.
The boss was pleased with his side's efforts on Saturday as they beat Reading 2-0 at Loftus Road, and Holloway says that the squad now need to focus on the challenge ahead.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: “It’s the next performance that matters, the last one has gone now,"
You’ve got to get on with what you are going to do next.
“On Saturday, things went for us but I believe we made them go for us with the way that we worked for each other.
“We were dominant with what we were trying to do – which was trying to win it off them, press and play off of that higher up the pitch. It’s something I wanted us to try and do, and it is something we are working on.
“We never gave them a second to dwell on the ball, which is what we want. I want my players to know that that’s the bare minimum, chasing and working hard like that.
“Tonight’s game will be totally different. Northampton will have a different setup and won’t try to play the way Reading did, it will be a totally different style and we are going to have to deal with that.”
He added: “I want us to get used to winning, and believing that we can win.
“That feeling of belief in the dressing room after the game on Saturday is something I am keen to keep going. That is very difficult to do but we will be looking to earn that right.
“Cup runs at QPR are what they are, but we want to write some new history for ourselves if we can.”