Norwich City's travelling fans were divided by a 2-2 draw with QPR at Loftus Road.

Second-half goals from Kenny McLean and Josh Sargent looked like earning three points for David Wagner's side after Jack Colback had opened the scoring for the Hoops, but Michael Frey's 77th-minute equaliser ensured the points were shared in W12.

Much of the travelling support was pleased with the point after the hosts' impressive display, but admitted it felt like a wasted opportunity having led in the late stages.

We spoke to some of those fans at Loftus Road to gauge their thoughts on the game, Jonathan Rowe and the Canaries' play-off push.

See the best of those conversations in the video below, or read the best quotes.

Joe: It wasn’t too bad a point really. QPR are in decent nick, but we just didn’t really get going. It’s just one of those games.

I don’t know why he dropped Nunez, that was disappointing for me. It’s a shame not to get three points, but 2-2 away at QPR’s not the worst result in the end.

Great header by Sargent for the goal too, but it’s just another one of those that got away. There is a little bit of frustration given we went 2-1 up and came from behind.

I just hope Rowe’s injury isn’t too bad, because he went off without any contact, hopefully there’s nothing in that. But you’ve got the new lad Sydney, I think we were all hoping that he would come on towards the end.

You’ve got Barnes up front, and we just keep pumping it long. Just get it down, you’re wasting opportunities.

The substitutions were a little bit strange; Sorensen at right-back was a strange one. He got skinned twice in two minutes after he came off the bench.

As ever, I thought McLean had a good game. Everything goes through him in the middle. But Angus had a difficult day on the ball, he kept trying to rush things. That last free-kick we had in the end, he just punted it forward.

It felt like we were trying to rush it too much, but the play-offs are still on. And Ipswich are falling off as well, so it’s all getting better.

Adam: I thought we played well, but it was two scrappy goals to concede, they got a bit of luck. It’s a point away from home, and we’ll take that, but against QPR, who are down at the bottom, it is a disappointing result.

There always is frustration when you lead and don’t take three points, but it’s typical Norwich, isn’t it? But you can’t get too frustrated; we’ve had a good couple of results recently, so hopefully the next one we’ll get a win and keep the form going.

Jonny Rowe impressed me when he came on, it was a shame he got injured towards the end. I wanted to see Sydney come on, but it is what it is, Wagner obviously knows what he’s doing. We need a few more players.

I thought Fassnacht was a bit disappointing. First half he didn’t really have anything going forward. He’s okay in defence, but when Rowe came on it changed the game, because they had to mark Borja Sainz and Rowe.

Paul and Ryan: If you can’t win it, then you mustn’t lose it. QPR deserved a point without a question of a doubt. We were pretty poor in the first half, but then we started to get to grips with it.

They battled, they gave us a game, so I’m relatively pleased with a point. Sargent’s scoring goals for fun at the moment, but one or two players had quiet games. At the end of the day this is not an easy place to go. They’re battling for points.

I’d rather have won here and taken a point against Watford, but we’re still a couple of points off the play-offs, which I’d have taken before the season. We’ve just got to keep kicking on and get the points.

Barnes was good, he held the ball up well. The work rate of Sainz is incredible, absolutely incredible. The centre-backs did well, but they had a hell of a job to handled their strikers. They’ve got a good squad, QPR, they shouldn’t be where they are really.