Tuesday 07 February 2012
New Queens Park Rangers striker Bobby Zamora says his side can take plenty of positives from Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Wolves.
Zamora, one of QPR's six January signings, made a perfect start to his club debut, putting his side ahead with a goal on 16 minutes.
"Every game we play between now and the end of the season is massive for us"
- Bobby Zamora
QPR could not hold on, however, and after another new signing, striker Djibril Cisse, was sent off, Wolves fought back to record an important victory.
But despite the defeat, Zamora was remaining upbeat, telling the club's official website: "It is still early days yet in terms of the new faces and getting to understand how each other plays but the amount of link-ups we had was certainly encouraging considering the short space of time we have known each other.
"It was an encouraging first-half display by us, not only the link up play going forward but I also thought we looked solid at the back as well.
"It was nice to score and obviously doing it early in my QPR career is pleasing. It gets that off your back and now I am hoping to add a few more."
QPR now travel to Blackburn on Saturday for a match that could be crucial to both teams in their battle against relegation from the Barclays Premier League.
"I am looking forward to the next fixture now," added Zamora. "We go from one big game straight into another but every game we play between now and the end of the season is massive for us."