It was a long overdue victory for QPR as they recorded a 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Wolves at Loftus Road.
The performance and result meant that the Hoops fans went home with smiles on their faces, and with that in mind we take a look at five positives to come from the Championship clash.
The perfect end to a bad week
Matters off the field have dominated the news throughout the week, and Saturday's game had every possibility of magnifying the issues in the boardroom if it didn't go to plan.
Thankfully the result gave everyone in W12 a welcome lift, and although the financial future of the club remains up in the air, the victory showed that matters on the field are on the upward curve once again.
Psychology in sport is fascinating, and the mindset of a team of players can be fundamental in determinining the outcome of a match.
As we all know, the Hoops had failed to win in numerous fixtures against the league's lower ranked teams, leading many to wonder where the next victory was going to come from.
However by adding Wolves to a list of Championship scalps including Reading, Hull and Ipswich, it begs the question of whether QPR are more effective in the role of the underdog?
The team's tactics could easily play a part in this, with Ian Holloway's side enjoying most success when stopping the opposition playing, as opposed to when they're expected to dominate possession and dictate play.
One thing's for certain, the Hoops will hoping to use this tag to their advantage once again on Tuesday when they face Championship leaders Sheffield United.
The last two weeks have felt like something of a slog with QPR struggling to play their natural game during lengthy trips to Sunderland and Bolton; but it felt like the team has been released from their shackles against Wolves.
Loftus Road boasts as intense an atmosphere as you're likely to find in the Championship, and QPR played like a team who once again felt comfortable playing in front of their home fans.
The Hoops have enjoyed a strong start to the season at home, and if they can ensure that Loftus Road remains a fortress over the rest of the season then occasions and performances like Saturday are likely to be a much more regular occurrence during the rest of the season,
The returning wounded
The victory over Wolves saw the return of Jack Robinson and Jordan Cousins to the first team after long-term injuries.
Cousins enjoyed a good first half, before naturally appearing a little off the pace in the second half, but this will no doubt be resolved over the next few weeks as he build up his match sharpness.
As for Robinson, the defender showed exactly why Ian Holloway has been right to make him a virtual ever-present in his starting XI.
The former Liverpool man did a fantastic job of keeping a technically-gifted Wolves attack away from the home side's goal, and other than a penalty appeal which could quite easily have gone against him, he looked relatively comfortable in the five-man defence.
He's been a big miss over the last couple of weeks, and deserves to keep his place in the team moving forward.
Idrissa Sylla has been the man in form over recent weeks, but the Guinean international had a quiet day at the office against Wolves.
Thankfully, Conor Washington and substitute Matt Smith were on hand to step up to the plate for QPR.
What Ollie has at the moment is a four-piece striking unit who all provide a different skill-set to his side, something which the manager mentioned in his post-match comments as he looks to get the right balance.
All of QPR's front men are capable of getting goals at this level, and it's always a plus to have different options on hand when we need to provide a different sort of threat to the opposition, or if a striker simply falls out of form.