QPR assistant Eustace heaps praise on the squad for recent form
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Queens Park Rangers assistant manager John Eustace has praised his squad but insists there is plenty more to do.
The R’s will welcome Bournemouth to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Saturday before then travelling away to Preston North End on Wednesday evening as the fixtures begin to come thick and fast.
“The lads have got to take full credit for it (recent form). They have been working really hard and they are the ones who cross the white line and put their bodies on the line,” Eustace said.
“They have certainly been doing that of late and everyone has been really pleased with the work we have been doing.
“There is still a lot of hard work to be done.”
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QPR added experience to their ranks during the January transfer window, with Charlie Austin and Stefan Johansen having already shown their worth on the pitch in the last couple of weeks. Full-back Lee Wallace has also returned to full fitness, too.
Eustace said: “The experience helps the group and it’s important that we get them fit because they are still a bit short of match fitness.”
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