Kevin Bond saluted QPR's second half turnaround following their 3-1 trouncing of Ipswich Town this afternoon.
Following a goalless first half at Portman Road, Rs stunned their hosts with goals from Nico Kranjcar, Gary O'Neil and Armand Traore before Tommy Smith pulled one back for Town in stoppage time.
And although assistant manager Bond conceded his side started slowly, he was delighted with the way they responded after the break.
He said: “It was always going to be a difficult game as they have been on a terrific run. Ipswich started very brightly and had a couple of good opportunities.
“In the end it was very pleasing, but it certainly didn’t start that way – Ipswich started very brightly and had a couple of opportunities.
“I couldn’t put my finger on why it happened for us today, and in fairness it, didn’t look like happening early in the game. It was a tight game in the first half, but we were much better in the second.
“We came back into the game and we were much better in the second half. The goals didn’t look like coming in the first half, but the first goal eased us a little and meant they had to chase the game.”