QPR manager Ian Holloway has said that he's 'fuming' with the lack of character shown by his team after conceding against Derby.

The Rams scored either side of half time, and Holloway said that he's disappointed that his side didn't have the heart to finish the job they started.

Speaking after the game, he said: "On the road, I felt a change in tact, and the shape that we had made it a lot harder for them to play their own expansive game which they've had for how many years.

Ian Holloway rues 'unforgivable' performance as QPR are sunk by Derby County

"Gary has took over, he's brought his own people in and they're in a really good run of form, so their centre-backs have had the ball for however many years, passing it and moving it, and I felt like we made them not have a choice of where to hit it.

"The goal changed everything, and I'm absolutely fuming. It's all about character and the subs coming on should have made a massive difference.

"Where's the running? Where's the chasing? It looked like we'd already lost so I've had a few words with them just then, and will have a few words tomorrow and I might have to change a few if that's what they think will get them in my good books."