QPR midfielder Luke Freeman has hailed his midfield partners Massimo Luongo and Josh Scowen.
The trio have been a particular highlight of the campaign so far after developing a real understanding in the middle of the park, and Freeman said it was great for the three of them to be playing together again after Scowen's injury and Luongo's illness.
Speaking about his team-mates after last night's 1-1 draw with Barnsley, Freeman said: "We’ve been riddled with injuries over the last month so it’s been difficult for us. I enjoy playing with them, we have good chemistry and we play well with each other.
"It makes my job a lot easier playing with those two boys."
Freeman was the hero on a disappointing night at Oakwell after scoring a thunderous late equaliser from 25 yards to bring the score to 1-1, and the midfielder says that the team has to remain positive despite dropping two points.
He said: "You’ve just got to keep on going. You’ve got to be positive, resilient and keep on doing the right things because inevitably it should go your way, but it doesn’t always.
"It’s tough because we feel like we probably deserved to win there. On any other day you’re letting people shoot from 30 yards because you’ve got numbers behind the ball, but we’ve cleared it and it’s just our luck that someone has put it in the top right-hand corner.
"It’s just how it is, we’ve got to keep doing the right things which is why we at least deserve the point we got."