QPR manager Ian Holloway has had his say on his side's tactic following a run of five games without a win.
Despite having 25 attempts against west London rivals Fulham, the club only managed to score once with several chances created being far from clear-cut, and Holloway say's that he's going to do everything he can to make the team more consistent.
He said: "We’ve got to sort our away stuff out, because we’ve got to get some points because our fans at home, our style at home is pleasing everybody and we’ve got to make sure we can do that.
"I’m going to use everything that I’ve got and everybody that I’ve got to look at the game and see what’s needed, because we can change.
"We can go from back to front, we can pin the other team in. That’s not long-ball. I saw (Pep) Guardiola talking about it; it’s England. In Spain they keep the ball but here we put it in the box sometimes to put their back four under some pressure.
"We’re not a long-ball team but we can play that way if we need to, and sometimes you need to."