RANGERS boss Ian Holloway rued missed opportunities after seeing his side fall to a 2-1 Sky Bet Championship home defeat to third-placed Huddersfield Town.
Two first-half goals put the visitors into an ultimately-unassailable lead, with Izzy Brown (26 minutes) and Nahki Wells (37) on target for in-form Huddersfield.
Following his second-half introduction, substitute Luke Freeman scored his first QPR goal on the hour mark.
But Rangers couldn’t score again, despite seven minutes of stoppage time at the end – and Holloway told www.qpr.co.uk: “We gave everything in the second half.
“We needed to take our big chances at 0-0 because we were on top before they scored.
“I was disappointed at half-time because I felt for 20 minutes we gave them a right good game.
“The changes in the second half really gave us a boost. I was delighted with the subs.
“We just need to take the chances. Because Huddersfield know they've been in a big game.”
Holloway added: “I'm looking at the referee and some of the decisions. It was very frustrating.
“We had a lot of decisions that didn't go our way. And they had a lot that did.
“It's so infuriating because the fans really drove us on in the second half.
“We didn't fold. We didn't wobble. We just didn't get the big decisions that could've gone our way.
“I'm bitterly disappointed for the team because we deserved a point.
“It's frustrating because I felt we deserved a lot more. We need to win five or six games and I feel we are quite capable of doing that.
“We need to keep going and believe we can get the right results.”