QPR manager Ian Holloway hoping his the fans and his team can feed from each other as they prepare for a tough test against Hull City.

The Hoops have shown an improved work rate since the start of the season, and Holloway says that if his side can replicate this again then he hopes the fans will be onside from the first whistle.

Speaking to the club's website, he said: "I am looking for the fans to respond to the team, and I want the team to give the fans something to respond to, with the way they close, the way they chase and the way they press.

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“Not with the way we pass it, or with the way we beat someone – but with how we work for each other.

“Hopefully that will give us the platform to be successful.”