Jordan Cousins is determined for QPR to right the wrongs of their defeat to Brentford when they travel to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Rangers were outclassed by the Bees last Friday and the former Charlton man knows that they must put things right ahead of the international break.
And he has sensed the squad are ready to give everything they can to ensure they can return to winning ways.
“Training has been very good – everyone is fighting and ready to go for Saturday,” Cousins said.
“Everyone was disappointed with the result. Everyone is professional and can't be pointing fingers at everybody. We've got to carry on and make it right on Saturday.”
The City Ground has not been a happy hunting ground for QPR and they have drawn 13 and lost 17 on the banks of the Trent.
Cousins knows Rangers will be in for a tough test on Saturday as he looks to get bragging rights over former Charlton team mate Stephen Henderson.
“I know Stephen Henderson there. He was a good team mate at Charlton,” he added.
“It'll be a tough game. It's always hard to go to Nottingham. I'm sure they'll give us a tough game. We'll do everything we can to maximise our chances of getting three points.”
Rangers boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is under pressure to deliver from supporters but has not been showing that pressure on the training ground.
Cousins explained: “He's the same guy. He's getting around the players and making sure we're all right.
“He's the same whether we win, lose or draw and that's probably a good thing. Some managers are up or down and he's probably on one level and he keeps a level head.
“He didn't say much (last Friday) as he wasn't happy with the performance. He thought it was best to keep everything he had to say for this week.
“He brought us in before training and he had a good meeting and a good talk with us.
Hasselbaink's calmness has resonated with the squad as a manager giving players the hairdryer treatment can backfire on them.
Cousins said: “Some managers vent and regret things they say after the game. Some managers prefer to keep it to the next week where they think about it. We had a good chat as a team and can move forward.
“I've seen (them lose the support of the squad after shouting in the dressing room) before. It's all in emotion where you say things you don't mean straight after the game.
“It's probably a good trick Jimmy has to say less, look over the game and then come in on Monday and says everything with a clear mind and get everything across to the players.”
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