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QPR defender says team need to convert performances into points after failing to win against Millwall, Barnsley and Fulham

The Hoops went into the international break on a run of five games without a win, and the former-Middlesbrough man says that the team need to ensure they're taking their chances.

QPR defender Alex Baptiste says it's all well and good playing well, but it means nothing if they cannot turn performances into points.

The Hoops went into the international break on a run of five games without a win, and the former-Middlesbrough man says that the team need to ensure they're taking their chances.

Speaking to the club's website, he said: "I think there have been a lot of missed opportunities.

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"We’ve played really well and I feel like our performances haven’t got what they deserved. I personally felt we were the better team last Tuesday (at Barnsley) and Friday, but we’ve only got one point to show for it so we’ve got to learn from that – we need to convert those performances into points.”

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