QPR goalkeeper Matt Ingram gave an awkward response to an interviewer after being praised for his performance; despite conceding six goals.

The stopper was part of the Northampton Town side who were hammered by Bristol Rovers in League One, a result which the 23-year-old said wasn't anywhere near good enough.

Speaking to the Cobblers offiicial website, he said: "It was a really disappointing performance, obviously. It was a first for a lot of people in the dressing room and a first for me to lose by six.

"It's hard to put your finger on it. We've got a great group of lads working together, and there's no reason why it shouldn't be working, but evidently there is. Next week we need to find that reason and put it right.

"It could have been (worse), but we need to work on making it better."

Could QPR's former Millwall youngster Eberechi Eze be ready for the first team at Loftus Road after impressing for Wycombe Wanderers against Cambridge United?

Ingram was then asked by the reporter whether he was pleased that he made a number of key saves despite conceding six, to which Ingram awkwardly answered: "Yeah, there was so many opportunity to make saves that I was always going to make a few. I made some good saves, but at the same time we lost 6-0, so what does a save mean?"

It might not have been an afternoon to remember for the former Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper, but at least one paper thought his performance was good enough to be in the League One team of the week.