Queens Park Rangers came from behind to draw 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers at the weekend.
The R’s scored in the last minute to rescue a point in their most recent match against Bolton Wanderers at the weekend.
The Trotters had taken the lead when Zach Clough netted a belter, but Rangers hit back through Matt Phillips late on.
Now Polter insists that his teammates will not get carried away with their last-minute heroics and wants them to re-focus before they take on Wednesday.
we stay focused, next game on Tuesday— Sebastian Polter (@polti1991) February 21, 2016
Polter came on as a late substitute for QPR against Bolton on Saturday and helped them turn things around.
The draw was not a result to be celebrated too wildly however as Bolton have struggled this season.
The Trotters are battling against relegation and Rangers would have seen the match at the Macron Stadium as a good opportunity to get three points.
QPR have now won just two of their first 13 matches under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s stewardship, with the pressure mounting on him to start turning things around.