QPR manager Ian Holloway says he wouldn’t have taken a draw before today’s game, saying “i know what my side are capable of”.

The Hoops came away with a 1-1 draw against promotion contenders Sheffield Wednesday, and Holloway says that all things considered, it was probably a fair result.

He said: “I wouldn’t have said a draw was a fair result at half time, but maybe by the end of the game.

Former Leicester and Blackpool boss Ian Holloway saves the day as he guides QPR team bus onto a busy road following draw with Sheffield Wednesday

“We had the better of the first half, and they possibly had the better of the first part of the second half, and as a group we came through a bit of a wobbly period and in the end maybe could have won it.

“Did we deserve to win? Possibly not.

“We’re improving, we’re learning, there was lots of bits that I really liked. Obviously I’ll have to take one point instead of the three that we wanted.

“Would I have settled for that before we came? Probably not because I know what my team are capable of.”