David Wagner had his say on the key issues around Norwich City's 2-2 Championship draw against QPR.

The Canaries were on course for all three points after Kenny McLean and Josh Sargent had cancelled out Jack Colback's first-half opener.

But Michael Frey slotted a close range finish after sloppy play in the build-up from the visitors.

The returning Jon Rowe then departed in stoppage time with a suspected hamstring injury.

"Yeah, it looks like a hamstring injury. We have to make further assessments," said Wagner. "I don't know really what happened in this situation, because he only played half-an-hour. It looks like a hamstring injury, how serious it is? We have to we have to wait to make some further assessment, and maybe a scan as well.

"Performance-wise, okay. Intensity, energy, the shift which the players brought was top. Result, a little bit frustrating. And I think this is a positive sign, if we are frustrated after a draw away from home against QPR, in a game where the players have done fantastic to come back after being 1-0 down.

"Unfortunately then we didn't score the third one, where Barnsey (Ashley Barnes) had a great opportunity. And then we conceded a sloppy goal from a quick throw-in which cost us."

Wagner spoke exclusively to the Pinkun on Saturday afternoon at Loftus Road.