QPR manager Ian Holloway has expressed the importance of continuity as his side look to build on a promising start to the season.
Speaking after the victory over Ipswich Town, Holloway discussed the need for his team to become more resilient, saying that if the team keep working hard then the future looks bright for the Hoops.
Speaking of whether his side can push towards the play-offs, he said: "We need to do it away from home because we need to balance it out, but I think the fans are appreciating the way the side get down to work; they roll their sleeves up, they’ve got skill and they’re working hard for each other, so it’s not a bad formula is it?
"We’ve got to become more resilient. When we do make a mistake it seems to affect us too much, but we’ll get there, I think we have enough character in that dressing room.
"We need to trust each other and we need to stop things changing too much. Hopefully if we keep going, if things go wrong people won’t be looking for a change.
"Last year, they could have changed me twice. Hopefully we can build something that really matters to the people in this area."