Mark Warburton has urged his QPR side to start turning performances into points ahead of Saturday’s trip to Huddersfield Town.

Rangers have suffered consecutive 2-1 defeats in the past week, losing the derby at Brentford last Friday night before a midweek reverse at home to Bristol City.

Those results have left the R’s 17th in the Championship table and Warburton couldn’t hide his frustration after seeing promising displays end with no additions to his side’s points tally.

“We’ve played well in the last few weeks, but we have to turn that into winning performances,” he said.

“It’s been very frustrating. More so for the players and my frustration is for them because when you have a good performance and you get your rewards then it really cements that belief and confidence that you’re moving in the right direction.

“We’re playing with a nice intensity and purpose, are having some good patterns of play, are getting into some good areas but it is all about putting the ball into the back of the net.

“Our young players in particular need to learn that. I’m a huge believer in the confidence that you take from a victory, having put the ball in the net two or three times, so that is my biggest frustration.

“We’re in a results industry and you have to put points on the table. That is the overriding concern but there are positive aspects that we have to build upon.”

Huddersfield have had a similarly inconsistent season to date and Warburton’s men can leapfrog Saturday’s opponents with a win at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Terriers, managed by Carlos Corberan, were also beaten in midweek – going down 3-0 at Cardiff – but enjoyed an impressive 3-2 win at home to Middlesbrough last weekend.

“They are a dangerous team and they play some really good football,” said Warburton, whose side have picked up just five points in seven games on the road this season.

“The goals they scored in their win against Middlesbrough – who have a very mean defence – you can see the types of goals they are capable of scoring.

“They have got a lot of talent and experience and have a lot of very good players. We know that they rotate well, they try to upset your rhythm with their patterns of play and we have to deal with that.

“We know that it is a tough place to go against a very experienced team. We’ll prepare as well as we can on the pitch and in the classroom and hope to deliver a good performance.”

The R’s were beaten 2-0 in the corresponding fixture last season and last won at Huddersfield in August 2015, when a late Tjaronn Chery goal secured a 1-0 triumph.