MARK Hughes praised QPR's performance as they earned their first point of the season at Norwich.
Bobby Zamora's first-half equaliser secured a share of the spoils at Carrow Road after he cancelled out Simeon Jackson's opener.
But Rangers had to endure some late pressure from the home side to hold on for the 1-1 draw.
Hughes said: “Obviously we had a bad day last weekend and it was important to get something.
“It was also the first away point we've been able to accrue while I've been the manager, which is a bonus and something to build on.
“It's an important step. We're off the mark in terms of scoring as well, so there are a couple of landmarks there for us.
“On occasions we just lacked the right ball at the right time. We could have freed Djibril Cisse and didn't quite give him the service he thrives on.
“We can certainly get the ball down and play a lot more. But in terms of getting a positive result, we'll take this.”
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