Mark Warburton believes that his QPR side need to cut the errors from their game after they lost 2-0 away at Bristol City.

Having gained four points from their opening two league fixtures, as well as a victory in the Carabao Cup, the loss was Warburton’s first defeat in his Rangers tenure.

Adam Nagy and Benik Afobe scored either side of half-time for City at Ashton Gate, but QPR dominated large periods of play.

Warburton was therefore pleased with his side’s performance yet left disappointed at the outcome of the match.

“I thought first half in particular we were very, very good,” Warburton said.

“There was one lapse of concentration but other than that I thought we completely dominated play.

“We created numerous chances in good areas, and I was really pleased with the way we played, and again a second mistake in the second half has cost us.”

QPR had 57% of possession during the match and created 15 chances but were unable to capitalise in front of goal.

Warburton believes the team need to be more clinical so that any potential errors will not prove so costly in future encounters.

“It’s not about possession. It’s about creating chances and I thought we were good in long periods, but we have got to put the ball in the net,” Warburton added.

“The only time they looked threatening is from our own personal errors.

“We have got to tighten up and get better. For long periods, we were very good but it’s about results and today we have dropped three points.

“In the games so far, we have had one at Stoke and one at Huddersfield.

“We were a little loose in possession in dangerous area and at this level that can’t happen as you will get punished, and we were punished today.

“We have to cut the errors out and be more clinical in the opposing final third.”