QPR boss Steve McClaren stressed the importance of getting their attitudes right as they head to the KC Stadium.
The Rangers chief criticised his players for their performance in Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat at Rotherham United.
And he hopes that message has hit home ahead of the Tigers trip.
“We’ve addressed Wednesday with the players, we’ve had a good chat,” McClaren told www.qpr.co.uk. “We need a reaction tomorrow.
“The attitudes need to be right, we need to be committed. We have to get the ball down and play in the right areas. That’s our strength. We are a transition team but our first pass forward hasn’t been good enough.
“Rotherham wanted a fight and tomorrow will be the same.
“They are a very good team in good form. The front three are very good players and going forward are excellent.
“We are the underdogs tomorrow and that might suit us!”
McClaren could call upon midfielder Geoff Cameron for the first time since his injury at the start of December.
The American was on the bench midweek and could be handed a recall on Humberside.
“He’s not too far away,” he admitted. “We have a decision to make as to what we do with him. It’s good to see him and Angel (Rangel) back on the training field. We need their leadership.”