Ian Holloway says he is delighted with his side's defensive display following QPR's 2-1 victory over Ipswich Town.
Speaking after the game, the Hoops boss said he's pleased that the team are starting to show what they've been working on behind the scenes.
Speaking of the game, he said: "It was tough, it was close and it was a very good game. There was a period in the first half where we were very open and they were very open and it was very very exciting, but I think the fans helped us.
"I felt we defended brilliantly today against a team that have been, not free-scoring but have hardly missed.
"They’ve taken nearly every single chance they’ve created, and we haven’t let them create too many, there was only McGoldrick who tried to take Alex Baptiste on, and he didn’t beat him so it was magnificent.
"The group are taking on what i’ve asked them to do which is defend and put their bodies on the line so i’m delighted that we managed to see that through.
"Obviously I’m disappointed with the goal because we can’t keep backing off. I had it when I first came here with the Norwich game, I’d never seen anyone go so deep, but the crowd stayed with us, the boys are happy in there and now we have to get ready for Tuesday."