QPR could still find themselves in with a late shout of the playoffs, according to Alejandro Faurlin.
The 3-1 defeat to Fulham last weekend was Rangers’ fourth since the appointment of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in December, but Faurlin believes a run of seven draws in 13 has impeded his side’s rise up the table.
The midfielder said: “We get a lot of draws. You know that if you could have won a few of the games that you draw, you would have looked a lot better."
The Argentine also called on his teammates for consistency, with recent form currently leaving them languishing 14th in the Championship standings with 15 games to play.
“We haven’t really had a run of results to make that kind of pressure yet. Win four or five games and things change around; you suddenly have confidence," he added.
“In the Championship it can happen.
“I think the main aim for us now is trying to get some consistency in how we want to play, what we want to do on the pitch and back up that progress with results."
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R’s stalwart Faurlin is enjoying a new injury-free lease of life in west London and believes tomorrow's game against Bolton could be a turning point, but concedes the table-proppers will provide tough competition.
“Every game is different. With the Fulham game – we prepared for the game and they changed the formation," he added.
“Sometimes when that happens on the pitch, it’s difficult, we should be able to do better than we did.
“Bolton are struggling for relegation so it’s going to be a proper Championship game and it’s going to be tough; they need the points as much as we do.
“We’re confident we can get back to being the winning side, but we need to turn those draws into wins; that will be the key."