QPR manager Ian Holloway has called the 1-0 victory over Sheffield United 'a big win' after they wrapped up the three points at Loftus Road.
The result makes it back-to-back wins in the league, and propels the club to within two points of the play-off positions.
Idrissa Sylla got the only goal of the game as Blades goalkeeper Jamal Blackman collided with his defender, dropping the ball into the path of the striker who tapped home before Blackman was stretchered off after a lengthy stoppage.
But while Ollie sympathised with the injury, he says it was his team that forced them into the error.
Speaking after the game, he said: "That was a fantastic team to be playing against, we got a very lucky goal and I hope the goalie is alright.
"I would have loved to have scored a better one but we forced that. We forced them into their centre half, we put three up and once we got in front they got up a bit of steam and we couldn’t quite get there.
"It was a big win, we needed it, we had a big win last Saturday so let’s see if we can win on the road because that’s where our problems lie at the minute. Can we get that out and say yes we can win from? It’s about believing.
"We needed a second goal today and I felt we should have got it. How many shots did we have? I was very very pleased.
"Conor could have got in two or three times down that left hand side. What they’re doing well is maximising what they’ve got by making some changes. I was shocked that Billy Sharp didn’t start but that’s up to their manager but I was relieved because he always scores against me, so that was a lucky omen.
"My lads feel really good about themselves. That’s a clean sheet, that’s two of the top teams in this division and follow it up with another good away performance, because the last two have been very good."