QPR defender Joel Lynch is predicting a winning run for the Hoops when they click into gear and end their run of six games without a victory.

Ian Holloway’s side travel to the Championship’s bottom side, Bolton Wanderers, this weekend, and the centre-back says the feeling in the camp remains positive.

Speaking to GetWestLondon, he said: “It’s six games without a win but it doesn’t really feel that way. We’ve been lacking that killer instinct up top maybe but I think it’ll come. We’re in a good place, we’re not getting beat and we’re grinding out points.

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“There’s still a good feeling even though we haven’t won in six, which is a good thing. Once we do win I think we’ll go on a little run which will boost everyone’s confidence and we can move into the next part of the season.”