JACK Robinson insists he could see QPR's late, late show against Brentford coming!
On a remarkable night at Loftus Road, Rangers left it late to snatch a stunning share of the spoils, thanks to goals in the 93rd and 94th minute!
Trailing to Lasse Vibe's double, sub Matt Smith gave the Hoops hope, before Luke Freeman capped a crazy comeback a minute later.
Speaking to www.qpr.co.uk, Robinson praised the spirit of the R's players, commenting: "It was incredible really.
"93 and 94 - an unbelievable comeback from the lads.
"I could see it coming, I honestly could. It just felt like it was one of those days; one of those matches.
"We were creating chances and knocking on the door.
"When the first goal went in, you could see they look deflated.
"That gave us the impetus and then the second goes in and it went crazy!
"It was a remarkable comeback and the changing room was absolutely buzzing at the end."
He added: "We needed that after the recent run of defeats and it just goes to show the character of the lads.
"Anything can happen in football, as we've shown here a few times this season.
"We keep going to the end and we showed that again last night.
"It's a massive result for us, to come back from 2-0 down with two minutes to play!"
Robinson started at centre-back in a back four on Tuesday night, as injuries in the defensive third continue to pile up in Ian Holloway's squad.
And he believes it's testament to those players who are fit, that they dug in to gain a valuable point last night, in the wake of a recent three-match losing run.
"We've got three defenders fit at the club at the moment," he said.
"It's massively taking its toll, but we're all in this together.
"Whoever is picked is giving everything - right until the end of the match.
"We kept going and got our reward in the end, which I felt we deserved."