QPR boss Hughes: We WILL stay up
Hughes claimed this draw could prove a turning point after three straight defeats - and got a vote of confidence afterwards from chairman Tony Fernandes.
The under-pressure QPR boss - whose side are now below Reading only on goal difference - said: "Things will turn round, I'm convinced of that.
"In the end, we've gone up against one of the best sides in the Premier League and more than matched them. On another day we should have beaten them."