QPR manager Ian Holloway says QPR have a fight on their hands after their 3-1 defeat to Leeds.
The Hoops had a decent first half but fell away in the second when a Kemar Roofe subjected his side to a deserved defeat.
Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "It’s disappointing because I thought we played really well in the first half. I think we played very well and should have gone in at the break in front.
"We talked about how we do that but unfortunately at the minute the goal we need to give the boys the confidence they deserve from the way they’ve been playing is eluding us, then when someone gets one like the one Leeds got today it hit us a bit and they got a second.
"The annoying thing was the third one, because we were right back in it. It was a crazy goal we got. You look at Conor Washington, was he slightly offside when Mass (Luongo) bent the one in the top corner? That’s the way things are going at the moment.
"We just need a little bit of luck but when you get in that final zone you’ve got to pick out that final cross where you don’t hit them. You could say that’s their defending but we got in too many areas where we didn’t find the ball for someone. We probably saw the best move since I’ve been back at QPR with probably a 15-pass move including six or seven people. We nearly scored and had that gone in it would have been a completely different game.
"At the moment the lads have got to fight and and fight hard."