The visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers to Loftus Road in November has left a lasting impression on one player in particular.
That man is forward Leo Bonatini who has described his visit to QPR as the toughest away trip he's faced in his career.
The 23-year-old was part of the Wolves side who were beaten 2-1 by the Hoops; a result which saw them knocked off the top of the Championship table, and the result has left a lasting impression on Bonatini.
Asked about the toughest away ground he's visited by The Daily Mail, Bonatini said: "“Loftus Road. The game against QPR was very difficult because of the small pitch. We really like to play at Molineux.”
The forward has scored 11 goals and provided five assists for his team-mates since arriving on loan from Al-Hilal.
You can read Bonatini's full Q&A by