QPR striker Matt Smith always enjoys returning to Leeds' Elland Road ground.

The 27-year-old spent just over a year at the Yorkshire club, where he scored 12 goals in 42 league appearances, 21 of those were off the bench.

And he was given a warm reception by the home fans when he was substituted by Rangers on Saturday.

The striker took to Twitter to express his gratitude writing: “Always means a lot! Thank you #LUFC. Was good to be back”

Elsewhere Tony Fernandes was pleased with the point and even more enthusiastic about the way Rangers played.

He wrote on the social network website: “Good point. Loved the way we played. Think we had the better chances. Well done boys Ollie and Les and coaching team.hear our fans singing”

QPR ambassador Andy Sinton felt that Rangers were the side that merited the victory against the play-off chasing side.

He wrote: “Another hugely positive performance from @QPRFC. Better side on the day and deserved all three points. Nevertheless, great point.”