Mick Beale described the draw at Norwich as “a really big point for QPR” in light of their injury problems.
Rangers battled hard during a goalless stalemate at Carrow Road, where they were without the likes of Stefan Johansen, Tyler Roberts, Jimmy Dunne and Jake Clarke-Salter.
Boss Beale said: “We came here tonight depleted, so I’m absolutely delighted with the squad.
“That’s a really big point for QPR. It’s also us getting back to what we have been away from home, which is being hard to beat and a threat as well.
“The stats will show Norwich had the ball. But they pretty much had it across their back four, where I wanted them to. It wasn’t like they were playing through us.
“Our tactic was to let their centre-backs have it and maybe their full-backs, and their attacking players not as much, and I was delighted with that.
“I felt though that we lacked belief at times. Overall I’m delighted but as a manager there are always ways you want to push the players.”
Chris Willock returned to action after his hamstring injury, coming on as a second-half substitute and making an instant impact.
Willock fired against the post just after his introduction, again underlining his importance to the team.
Beale said: “Chris has only played in 50% of the games and you can imagine how damaging it has been for us not being able to build around him, because he’s a really special talent.
“It’s important now that he can stay fit for the rest of the season, because he helps us become a stronger team.
“I think the opponents also take half a step back when he’s on the pitch.”