QPR manager Ian Holloway says he think his side has the makings of “a good team”, but only if they can rectify their defensive errors.
The Hoops drew 1-1 against Sheffield Wednesday yesterday, with the hosts’ goal coming as a result of poor defensive play, and Holloway says his team will be disappointed to concede in such a manner.
He said: “That’s the first goal we’ve let in, and when I show the lads how deep we went I don’t think they’ll be too happy with themselves, but it’s very difficult when the other team are having a little period and they’ve changed their shape and someone’s coming off you and you’re thinking ‘shall I go or shall I not?’
"I didn’t really want half time, I would have rather stayed out there, and sometimes that’s what the opposition need.”
Despite the change in emphasis after the break, Holloway said he’s happy with what his team are showing on the field.
He said: “I enjoyed watching my team today, which last season on a few occasions I might not have said, if I’m being truthful.”