QPR manager Ian Holloway has praised the enthusiasm of his young stars, but says that their away form has been 'a bit of a disaster'.

The Hoops fell to a 2-1 defeat against Sheffield United and introduced Paul Smyth, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Ebere Eze in the second half, and Ollie was keen to discuss how excited they make him after they nearly managed to grab a point for the Hoops.

He said: "The subs I'm putting on are quite young, but I love them.

“Their enthusiasm and attitude is great and I'm bitterly disappointed. On the road we've had a bit of a disaster, to be honest. We've played as well as that and not got what we deserved.

Ian Holloway addresses QPR's away form and discusses Pawel Wszolek's fluffed opportunity against Sheffield United

“Our fans are singing about it and it's a bit of a joke to them but I'm hurting. I thought we were good enough for a draw, but we have to be as clinical as they are.”

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