Mark Warburton was 'very disappointed' to see his QPR side concede two goals from individual errors in their 2-1 loss against West Bromwich Albion.

On-loan Watford striker Andre Gray put Rangers ahead after just 43 seconds in a scintillating start at The Hawthorns.

The R's were still ahead with 15 minutes remaining, but QPR keeper Seny Dieng made a mess of Karlan Grant's shot to make it 1-1 before Grant bagged his second to keep the three points in the West Midlands.

This is QPR's third consecutive 2-1 loss, which sees them sat in tenth while West Brom remain second in the Championship table with an unbeaten record of five wins and four draws after nine games.

Warburton said: "It looked like we were going to get three points, and the players know we should have had at least a point.

"But we committed two individual errors, to give away two goals like that was very disappointing.

"Seny Dieng has had an outstanding rise, and he is a considerable talent, but he knows he made a mistake for the first goal."

The game burst into life when Gray was put through one-on-one with the keeper down the right-wing before slotting past Sam Johnstone, who looked bewildered in goal.

Dieng made a great save to keep Rangers ahead after a bullet header from Adam Reach, who made a fantastic late run into the box.

But with 15 minutes remaining, Grant got his second of the season when Dieng clumsily fumbled the forward's shot into his own net.

Then, with two-and-a-half minutes left to play, Grant turned the game on its head after some fabulous one-touch football around the edge of the penalty area created space on the left of the box for him to fire his shot into the bottom right corner of the goal.

Warburton added: "We had to change our style of play, so we didn't fall into the traps of their press.

"We felt we could get loads of space down the sides, and that was why Andre Gray was playing, and he exploited that."

"The players know they should have taken at least a point at Bournemouth; they know we should have taken all three against Bristol City.

"But that's the Championship; it can be ugly, it can be messy, and we have to stand up, show character and do the last part."