QPR manager Ian Holloway says his side were the better team in their 2-1 victory over big-spending Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Hoops twice took the lead, first through Conor Washington in the first half and then through Matt Smith in the second to secure an unexpected victory; which ends the previous run of seven games without a win.
Speaking after the game, Ollie said: "It was a tough game. I think we saw their quality in the second half, in the first half we stifled them. We knew where they were going to be, the lads concentrated on it and we pressed and pressed and won it back.
"What we didn’t do was take enough of the opportunities, maybe because we couldn’t. Maybe because they defended well.
"When we did get in front, it was a fantastic finish from Conor (Washington), we then let them equalise. It looked like they got angry to be fair and they’re a big threat.
"We went in unfairly level. A lot of people will have been worried about that but we stayed strong, I could make changes from the bench which caused problems and the quality ball in made all the difference.
"Lynchy is a left-sided centre-back and he’s gone forward and put a brilliant ball in which Matt Smith, after missing one with his head, stuck it in the bottom corner."
It's been a difficult time for the club both on and off the field in recent weeks, and Hollloway said he was delighted with the attitude of his players during a difficult time.
"It was nothing more than we deserved.
"As I say it’s very difficult when you’re going through a period where the lads aren’t getting rewarded for the good work I feel that they’ve done, and then you can have distractions; people can write something and people take their eye off the ball. Well my players they didn’t do that.
"I’m very proud of our club today. I knew those boys would work as hard as any supporter for that shirt today, and that’s what i’m proud of. They went and did that not only against the team who are deservedly near the top, but I thought we looked as good as them, if not better."