Last Updated: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 17:20
Mark Hughes praised his QPR players for sticking to the gameplan after their 3-0 win over Swansea moved them away from the drop zone.
The emphatic victory at Loftus Road gives Rangers a two-point cushion over those in the relegation places and re-establishes the momentum lost at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Hughes was buoyed by the way his side performed and revealed the staff had been implementing the system that nullified Brendan Rodgers' side in training this week.
"I thought we were excellent from start to finish," the Welshman said.
"I think it was important we understood what was important today as Swansea are a very accomplished side and have a certain way of playing.
"You have to have a real belief and understanding of what is required to stop them dominating possession and dominating the game.
"Obviously we worked on that all week, which is fine but the guys have to go out there and perform and actually make it happen.
"That is exactly what we did from start to finish and I thought we frustrated Swansea and when we broke and got the ball in good areas we were a real threat.
"I have to say to a man we were excellent. We haven't been able to get clean sheets and it was significant that tonight we were able to do that."
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