The midfielder provided the calm voice of reason in the post-mortem afterwards, when the QPR players felt aggrieved after failing to record their first League win of the season.
He said: "We are disappointed because I thought we deserved to win but at least we didn't lose.
"We've played mostly top-10 teams but we've played good football for most of the time. At the moment we don't have the points to show for it but it will come.
"We have to keep going and, with a little bit of luck, we'll start to win games. Now we have a tough game at Arsenal on Saturday. We played some good stuff against Everton and we're going to go there to win."