QPR boss Ian Holloway has urged 'real' Rangers fans to take their 3-1 defeat to Brentford with dignity and focus on Nottingham Forest.
Spanish winger Jota, with two second-half goals in four minutes, added to Yoann Barbet's first-half strike as Brentford outclassed the Hoops, whose goal came from Joel Lynch.
The 3-1 defeat leaves Rangers five points clear of the relegation zone ahead of Saturday's crunch clash at home against fellow strugglers Forest.
"We need to think clearly under pressure and we have to get back to doing that every week. We have to dust ourselves down, start again and find a way of playing that's nailed down," he said.
"Brentford played well, I hate to say it, but now it's about how much you care and how you do it. Six games ago we were top of the form table and since then we've had one win to get and we still need it."
Holloway, targeted by Rangers fans who hurled rubbish at him at full-time, added: "For me it's simple. We have to draw or win next week. We still have work to do.
"Anyone who is a real QPR fan has to take this one on the chin with dignity because we have to come together to beat Forest."