QPR manager Ian Holloway says that he wants to get a victory over Norwich City "more than any other result he's ever had".
Speaking to the club's official website, Holloway spoke of the "hurt" the 4-0 result caused him, and is determined to put things right in tonight's clash at Carrow Road.
He said: "I don’t think any result I have had has hurt as bad as that one.
“To end the season like that was very upsetting for everybody. But that was then and this is now, and we have got a slightly different group, and I’d like to think we have learnt from that defeat.
“We had a good discussion about what we all felt went wrong, and I took full responsibility for it, like you should do as the leader.”
The Canaries have had a mixed start to the season, including a 3-1 defeat against recently-relegated Sunderland; a result which Holloway says could have easily gone the other way.
He said: "I watched Norwich’s clips against Sunderland, and they should have beaten them in my opinion.
"Sunderland scored against the run of play and well done to Sunderland for stopping them, but Norwich certainly showed the threat they have.
“At Sheffield Wednesday we looked a good team away from home. We are going to need to be that again, and more, to get anything at Norwich.
“Do I believe we can do it? Yes I do. Do I want to do it? More than any other result than I have ever had, because that defeat last season hurt me so bad.”