QPR manager Ian Holloway says his side need to be more clinical if they're to get back to winning ways.
The Hoops let a one-goal lead slip to draw 1-1 with Sunderland, but Holloway says he can't fault his side's performance.
Speaking after the game, he said: "We're all disappointed that we haven't won. I was very pleased with our defensive shape, they didn't hurt us too much and I knew that would be important to keep their crowd quiet, and we got the first goal from a set piece which was very pleasing.
"We just need to be a bit more clinical, I said at half time I wanted to win the second half as well and we've lost it 1-0, which means we've only got one point.
"But I can't fault the organisation and the effort. Whoever we put on their did their job, but again we haven't managed to finish the chances we managed to create, and as the away side, even their equaliser came from us having a fantastic effort at goal which we didn't lock in, and they broke.
"Just as the crowd were turning, Jonny Williams came on and livened them up a bit, but until that point i felt pretty comfortable and their goal changed it.
"As a manager i felt quite comfortable, and that's all I can say on that. Hopefully we won't look disappointed in the next performance, because our performances are getting better and better. Unfortunately that's not leading to the points we deserve."