QPR made it four wins from their last five league matches on Saturday, as they ran out narrow 1-0 winners over play-off chasing Blackburn Rovers.
Defender Yoann Barbet scored the only goal of the game, as the Hoops followed up their 2-1 win over Watford in midweek with an important three points against the Lancashire-based side at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Their results have certainly shown improvement, and Mark Warburton will be hoping to see his side build on this strong run of form in the second-half of this year’s campaign.
QPR are currently sat 16th in the Championship table, and will be hoping they can push for a top-half finish this term.
One player that has certainly made a positive impact since signing for the club is Charlie Austin, who played 74 minutes in the win over Blackburn, before being replaced by Macauley Bonne in the closing stages of the game.
Austin took to Twitter on Saturday evening to label the win as a ‘massive three points’ for his side, which is a statement that plenty of QPR supporters are likely to agree with.
What a massive 3 points that is! Superb every single one of the team 🔥 https://t.co/y3G2DWoHMa
— Charlie Austin (@chazaustin10) February 6, 2021
A number of fans took to social media to issue their thoughts on Austin’s performance in the win over Tony Mowbray’s side.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
Whilst it is a is a team game it is clear the difference your presence and passion for the club has made to this team. Long may it continue. So wish you could hear us fans singing your name again!
— Nic Oughton (@nicoughton) February 6, 2021
You have transformed this team. Our current form is a testament to your presence in the dressing room. Absolute legend
— meh. (@CarlWardW12) February 6, 2021
dare you to stay forever
— ST (@STQPR_) February 6, 2021
Mate the difference you've made is incredible, enjoy the rest of your weekend 💙
— Chris (@CQpr1968) February 6, 2021
Another strong team performance. We have been a different side since you returned.
— Ken Whitelaw (@whitelawkr) February 6, 2021
Well done Charlie you had a great game 😀
— Paul Gibbons. (@PaulGib70252143) February 6, 2021
— Mike (@mf44qpr) February 6, 2021
Please just stay forever 💙🤍
— Will Pound (@will_pound) February 6, 2021
Sign on a perm .
— james mould (@jamesmould_) February 6, 2021