QPR manager Ian Holloway says he's looking forward to facing Brentford again when they play in the league this season.
Holloway made 10 changes for the Carabao Cup defeat against the Bees, and says it could be a different story when they meet in the Championship.
He said: "I’ve got to look past the score, i’ve got to look past criticism and i’ve got to look past who it was against, because it’s a cup competition.
"We got through it (the first round) with a lot of changes, that wasn’t a very good performance and this one was a lot better, but unfortunately the score against the opponents doesn’t feel very nice, because they’re over the road and they were gloating.
"I don’t care, they can do what they like, that’s what football supporters do these days but i’ve got to look past that and look at my squad.
"There was a lot of positives for me, and I don’t really give a monkeys who we’ve just played and lost to in the cup.
"Let’s take them on in the league and see how we get on."