Chris Ramsey felt QPR’s defensive players deserved credit for their display in the 2-2 draw against Cardiff.
But he was pleased with the performances of Nedum Onuoha, James Perch, Clint Hill, Paul Konchesky and Karl Henry.
“Nedum, Clint Hill, Perch and Konchesky did very well. Karl Henry as well – I thought he was fantastic,” Ramsey said.
Ramsey also admitted that Cardiff’s tactics had forced the home team to play a more direct style than he would have liked.
“We created more chances than against Charlton. But what they [Cardiff] did was press up, so we couldn’t play the ball out and had to play long,” he said.