QPR manager Ian Holloway says he can't wait for to face Wolverhampton Wanderers this afternoon, calling the match 'a fantastic challenge'.
The big-spending Birmingham side sit one point off the top of the Championship after an excellent start to the season, and Holloway says the way they have approached matches this term has been a breath of fresh air.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "Wolves have been more consistent than everybody else at getting the points that they need.
“Well done to them. I love the way that they try to do it, because it’s very different. They defend with five players, and also attack with five. And they very rarely have to change that.
“They drop into a 5-4-1, which is very difficult to break down, and they counter attack very quickly. They keep the ball and can move you around.
That’s suiting their team and their players at the minute.”
It's sure to be a tough test as QPR return to action at Loftus Road on a run of seven games without a win in the league, but Holloway says today is an opportunity to be relished.
“This fixture is a fantastic challenge for us, and one that we can’t wait for," said Holloway.
“Let’s see how we do. I think we’ve given everyone a game so far – and equally everyone is capable of giving us a game. That’s the Championship at the moment.”