QPR boss Marti Cifuentes believed his team deserved to take something away from Carrow Road.

Hwang Ui-jo’s 21st-minute goal condemned the visitors to their first defeat under new boss Cifuentes, after two draws.

“My feeling is I am really disappointed,” he said.

“I want to win football games and today we got zero points.

“My job is to analyse in a professional way the performance. When we talk about the performance, there is definitely some improvement in my eyes.

“It is perhaps the best game we have played in the time I have been here. But football is not about deserving, it is about achieving. Today perhaps we deserved more but the reality is we achieved zero points."

QPR enjoyed the bulk of the possession and created more chances.

“The two chances they got in the first half came from the ball in behind us and we should be more ready for this,” added Cifuentes.

“We need to improve and I am aware in the final third we need to be much better, otherwise all this possession is worthless.

“The meaning of all this is to try to create more goal chances.

“When I look at how we played, the basic play is quite good. It is a team that defensively has a good idea and when we are in possession we know how we want to create, but we are missing this sharpness in the last third to create more chances.

“Even though I am very disappointed because I came here to win games, there are many positives.

“It is good to come and play with the personality that we did against a good team. I think we played in a brave way and all this is very positive, but once again I am very disappointed.

“Disappointed because at the end there is about winning football games and we didn't get any point today. So I think the feeling is really quite empty about our performance.”