"We were sluggish in the first half, but were the dominant side in the second when they only really threatened us on the break.
"But again we have been shot-shy in the final third. Chris Greenacre worked his socks off, but when he gets behind their defence on two occasions, one shot is blocked and another goes over. Those are the chances we are not taking.
"It's a very tight league. QPR have now taken six points off us with two 1-0 wins, but I don't think we have been the worst side in any of those two games."
"We need new players who have a bit more quality than what we've got.
"In the second half we were the only team in it, but we need people who can open the door for us when we have as much possession as we had."