QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo has said that Loftus Road has been a big influence in allowing them to 'suffocate' the opposition.

The Hoops have lost just one game at home in the league this term, and the Australian international says that it suits their style of play.

Speaking about home advantage to GetWestLondon, he said: "This year it feels like a massive advantage.

"Every game we’re going into away from home we’re dominating and giving the opposition a presence throughout the game that rattles them, but I feel like when we’re at home our presence just escalates.

Massimo Luongo

"It’s a tight pitch, the fans are right on top of them, we’re so aggressive this year and so willing to press high up; we just want to suffocate teams and Loftus Road helps massively with our type of game."

QPR recorded a well-deserved 2-1 victory over Wolves on Saturday to end a run of seven games without a win, and Luongo says it was a good feeling to finally get what they deserved.

He said: "It was a big relief. Not so much because we hadn’t won in seven games because we drew five of them, but just because we played so well in the seven games and we didn’t get everything that we deserved, that was the annoying bit.

"Last year when Holloway came in we lost six on the bounce twice, and we didn;t even look like winning 60% of them. The fact that we’ve gone into these seven games and dominated, impressed and played well by getting back into games when we’ve been down, that’s the relief part that we finally got what we deserved."

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Luongo continued: "We just said that if we keep doing things right then we’ll get our rewards. I’m a firm believer of that in everything, that if you do the right things and keep doing the right things, whether it’s luck or whether it’s based on how we are, we’re going to get results.

"It was just about not panicking after the seven games and not changing anything. There was a little tweak in the formation, tactically we had to adjust to Wolves and stop them from playing which we do naturally because we’re aggressive, but just a small tweak and that helped us to get over the line."