Hughes wants improvement on road
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR manager Mark Hughes accepts his team need to improve their away form and show more consistency if they are to survive the drop.
The Rangers boss was left frustrated by the level of his side's performance in the 1-0 defeat at West Brom, which leaves them hovering just above the drop zone.
It was in sharp contrast to the 3-0 midweek home triumph over Swansea and means they have gone 11 away games without a win and collected just two points during that dismal run.
Hughes said: "It's a little bit of a roller-coaster for us. We need to be more consistent than we are able to produce at the moment.
"Against Swansea we were magnificent, really worked hard and made it happen for us. Against West Brom, we found that difficult and in terms of the performance level, it was nowhere near the last game.
"Wednesday against Swansea was an emotional night and that game was of vital importance to us. But against West Brom was equally important and the frustration was we weren't able to produce the same sort of show."