QPR manager Ian Holloway says he's victory over Wolves was a highlight of his time as Hoops manager.

Ollie celebrated 300 games in charge at Loftus Road in yesterday's victory, and despite a turbulent week with the verdict of the club's financial fair play appeal, the manager says the team is getting stronger each week.

Speaking of the verdict after the game he said: "Whatever is written about us we knew that there might be a fine one day. We knew we got something wrong, we knew that, we all know that.

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"For me, it’s a bit of deja vu, here I am stood here again and nobody’s prouder than me. That’s 300 games that I’ve managed this lot, and that performance made me as happy as any other performance we’ve given.

"It’s not about who’s where (in the league), it’s about where you’re going to be at the end, and if we carry on like that I’m very certain that QPR will get stronger and stronger."