Holloway ready for ‘massive’ QPR transfer window

Ian Holloway believes QPR’s back-to-back wins could help them attract players during a “massive” transfer window for the club.

Rangers, who lost six in a row before a New Year’s Eve victory at Wolves, beat Ipswich 2-1 at Loftus Road to further lift their morale.

“Now they’re feeling a lot better and I can’t thank them enough,” said R’s boss Holloway.

“The window’s massive for us and now people have seen us win two games they might actually want to come here instead of thinking ‘Do I want to go ​in​to a dressing room like that?’

“No-one likes to have a terrible run like that. It’s a horrible feeling and I felt so down, but I never showed the lads because what they were producing at times was quite promising but they were getting nothing.”

For the second game in succession, Pawel Wszolek scored a late winner for Holloway’s side.

Idrissa Sylla gave Rangers a first-half lead and Tom Lawrence’s stunning strike ​equalised​ for Ipswich, who created a number of chances before Wszolek ​netted​.

The Polish winger chased Nedum Onuoha’s long ball forward, held off Adam Webster and rounded keeper Bartosz Bialkowski before tapping into an empty net.

“What a fantastic finish. I love Pawel to​ bits – he doesn’t stop running,” Holloway said.

“Football’s about having a balance of legs and knowledge and experience and youth.

“We’ve also got to see fight here – and we saw that again today. Now I can have a look at things and see what’s right for us.

“Bits and pieces might not look the best at the moment but it feels so much nicer now.”