Rs came back from 2-0 down to claim a share of the spoils, but had worries over defender James Perch, forced to hobble off after just 14 minutes with what looked to be a serious knee injury.
The Rangers manager added: "We will have to see how Perch is.
“He isn’t the kind of player to come off unless he really has to, so we will have to wait and see over the next couple of days and take it from there.”
"We've got mixed feelings after that, but in general I am happy.
“Happy with the performance for the majority and happy with the abundance of quality and character I saw from my players.
“I thought we deserved all three points, but I can’t fault the players for responding as they did at 2-0 down.
“We’ve got an abundance of character and we’re going to need that. It’s now about working on the belief and getting them together.
“If we start to believe, we can go from strength to strength.”
Charlie Austin yet again stole the headlines as well as being named the TV man of the match, and his manager also pointed to the little things that mean a lot.
Hasselbaink explained: "What impressed me tonight though was his overall performance. The things people probably won’t remember, like his work-rate and his attitude. That’s what’s pleasing.”
He was equally chuffed by the Rangers fans who got behind their team when the chips were down.
“I can’t thank our supporters enough.
“They gave us everything and the atmosphere was really something special. We are QPR – we are a proud club and we are together.”