John Eustace was delighted to see his Queens Park Rangers side firing on all cylinders as they blitzed Swansea with a rapid-fire opening salvo.

Rangers scored three times in 17 minutes in their 4-0 triumph over Swansea for caretaker boss Eustace’s first win in charge.

And the former Watford midfielder was left relieved with the three points that lifted the pressure on a side struggling for form.

“It was very pleasing,” he said.

“The way the lads went about their business was different class. They followed on from Wednesday’s draw at Millwall, and the boys that came in were fantastic.

“You can see the togetherness was there from the start.”

Darnell Furlong bagged his first QPR league goal, Tomer Hemed was heralded a “hero” after his brace and Massimo Luongo found the net from the middle of the box to set the Hoops on their way at Loftus Road.

Defender Angel Rangel said after the game: “The game plan was to be on the front foot and start the game brightly, which we did.

“Three goals in the first 17 minutes was fantastic, we couldn’t really have asked for any more than this.”

In the context of the season, it was three vital points as QPR look to stave off the slide towards the relegation places.

And despite the weekend’s win, which keeps them eight points clear of danger with just four to play, Eustace warned that the job still wasn’t done.

“We have got four big games to go and we certainly don’t think the season’s over,” he continued.

“We have got a really tough game against Blackburn next Friday and that’s all we are focusing on.”