Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock has told the club's official website that he was pleased with a number of performance against Preston North End.
The R's put Warnock in temporary charge of the club following the departure of Chris Ramsey in midweek, and his first game back in the Loftus Road dugout came against Preston.
Warnock couldn't grab a win in his first game back though, as Preston stood strong and held on for a 0-0 draw - their sixth clean sheet in a row.
That record goes to show what QPR were up against this afternoon, but Warnock will be frustrated that he couldn't claim all three points.
Speaking to the club's official website after the game, Warnock admitted that he learned a lot about his side today having seen a superb display from Junior Hoilett, in his opinion, whilst he also felt Alejandro Faurlin, Sandro, Nedum Onuoha and Grant Hall.
Warnock also gave his thoughts on the club's search for a new manager, suggesting that he loves the club and is willing to help out for as long as it takes QPR to find a new manager, as they need to make this appointment the right one following Ramsey's departure.
"I learnt a few things today about one or two players," said Warnock. "There were some plusses – I thought (Junior) Hoilett was excellent, because they tell me he’s not played much football. I though Ale (Faurlin) and Sandro did well – and the two centre halves were magnificent for us."
"I’m enjoying helping out. I love this club – everyone knows what it means to me. The club has got to get the right man, but I’ll help out in the meantime. Me being here will allow the club time to get it right," he added.