JI-SUNG Park reckons blunder keeper Rob Green has turned the corner following his horror debut for QPR.
The former West Ham shot-stopper had a nightmare in the opening-day drubbing against Swansea last week, gifting the Welsh side the opener in the 5-0 thrashing.
His performance was reportedly ridiculed by ex-Rangers man Paddy Kenny, who he replaced as number one in W12, in a series of late night texts to technical director Mike Rigg.
Green also endured some nervy moments in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Carrow Road, appearing to handle the ball outside his area.
But QPR skipper Park reckons the 32-year-old has showed signs of improvement.
“He forgot things quickly, that's the good thing,” said the South Korean star. “He was calm so it's good for us.
“We've only had two games. He has the ability so we just leave him and give him the confidence.”
Park added: “We haven't spoken about that [messages from Paddy Kenny].
“He's not a young player and has experience. Every player speaks to each other and if we have problems we sort them out.
“But he's not worried about them. He showed that he's getting better.”
QPR got off the mark in the Premier League at Carrow Road thanks to Bobby Zamora's first-half equaliser.
And Park has urged his team-mates to build on the point.
He added: “The most important thing is we did better than last week. It was our first away game and we got a point.
“We are working in the future to get better. Everyone knows we have ability but we need to improve a lot.”
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