QPR deserved more but must take chances – Ainsworth

QPR boss Gareth Ainsworth was not content with the result against Swansea despite Lyndon Dykes’ stoppage-time equaliser rescuing a point. 

Ainsworth was convinced Josh Ginnelly’s early opening goal should not have stood and that his team deserved to win the game.

They created a number of chances before Dykes headed home Ilias Chair’s cross.

“No, I’m not happy. The Swansea goal is handball,” Ainsworth said after the 1-1 draw.

“The referee missed it and the assessor has said they couldn’t see it without VAR – but his hand’s out.

“The rub of the green’s going against us at the moment. We deserved more from that game.

“I will add though that we must hit the target more. We must work the opposition keeper more. We’re creating chances and we need to take them.

“Lyndon’s header was that moment of brilliance in a game where we should really score more goals.

“We’ve got to be better getting on the end of things. But we are creating chances and that’s a good thing.

“At the final whistle you saw seven or eight boys just collapse on the floor because they’ve emptied the tank again.

“Disappointed we didn’t get more out of tonight, but it would have been an absolute travesty had we not got that point.

“We’re creating plenty chances but we’ve got to start finishing them off now.”

Meanwhile, QPR are set to sign United States international right-back Reggie Cannon.