Queens Park Rangers beat Rotherham United 3-0 yesterday.
Hasselbaink has endured a difficult start to life since being placed in charge at Loftus Road, after his side failed to win any of his first six matches at the helm.
However, they managed to beat Rotherham United 3-0 at the New York City Stadium on Saturday and the Dutch boss wants to build on that victory.
Delighted with the win at Rotherham yesterday. A great second-half performance and as ever tremendous support from the traveling #QPR fans— Jimmy Floyd (@jf9hasselbaink) January 17, 2016
We move on though. No time to dwell on one win. We are capable of so much more #QPR— Jimmy Floyd (@jf9hasselbaink) January 17, 2016
QPR were actually put on the back-foot throughout the early stages of the contest, but Hasselbaink’s words at the break turned the game on its head.
Rangers came out of the blocks firing in the second half, and ended up showing their ruthless streak.
Goals from Junior Hoilett and Matty Phillips put QPR into a commanding position, before Sebastian Polter completed the comfortable victory late on.
The win has lifted Rangers up to 15th in the Championship table, 11 points back from the play-off positions but with plenty of football still to be played.