Sinton, who now works as a club ambassador for QPR after representing them during his playing days, was happy to see his former side pick up a point at Hillsborough after playing out a 1-1 draw.
And the 49-year-old reserved special praise for both Daniel Tozser and Alex Smithies, after the pair put in fine performances.
That's a good point for us. Second half was a big step up in performance. Pleased for Tozser. Smithies fine form continues #SHEvQPR— Andy Sinton (@AndySintonQPR) February 23, 2016
Wednesday have lost just once at Hillsborough all season, but they were given a real scare by QPR.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side took the lead in the second half when Tozser blasted in from range.
They were pegged back by when Atdhe Nuhiu found the net, but they continued to press and could have won the match had they been slightly more ruthless.
Matt Phillips had two good opportunities to score, but fluffed his lines when through on goal.
The draw means QPR have still won only two of their first 14 matches under Hasselbaink’s stewardship, but they showed signs of improvement yesterday evening.
QPR are now in 13th place in the Championship table, with their next match coming against Birmingham City at the weekend.