Getting a result against Hull on Sunday will come down to the quality of the chances QPR can create more than the quantity, according to manager Mark Warburton.

The Tigers have not lost back-to-back league games to QPR since 1969/70 however one clean sheet in the last 14 home games under Warburton could threaten that record.

But the Hoops boss has his mind firmly on events at the other end of the pitch ahead of the clash and will be hoping that Nahki Wells can continue his fantastic record of six goals and an assist at Loftus Road this season.

“For me, football is about chances created and the quality of those chances,” said Warburton.

“In matches recently we have been sloppy in parts but when we play at our tempo and at our pace, moving the ball quickly, we look a very good team.

“We have created chance after chance, and the longer we do that we will be ok.

“But the players have to get the reward from those chances because that will fuel their belief. Right now, there is a lot of frustration and anger but if we can channel that we will be ok.”

Warburton also acknowledged that fatigue can play a major part at this stage of the season for the players with the Tigers’ visit being the last game of 2019 for Rangers.

“It places demands on the squad and you have to deal with that, so I can understand fans asking, ‘why are you bringing that player off?’ or ‘why is that player not playing?’ but you are trying to keep that freshness,” he added.

“We have to use the squad as best we can to try to get the best output.”