Graeme Jones has assured supporters that the team and himself have learned from the first 30 minutes against QPR, what opened up as a disastrous first half of football for Luton they dusted themselves off and looked for a way back into the game.

Luton just couldn’t tap on the door a third time and come away with a point, this is what Graeme Jones had to say.

The last 60 minutes were many, many different things on the flip-side, which was positive.

I can assure you, sitting here, we have learned.

 We also took the positives of the last 60 minutes and how close the game was at the end.

 Crystal Palace were 3-0 down after 23 minutes on Saturday (against Spurs) and they got beaten 4-0.

 We were the same and got beat 3-2, so there are positives to be taken as well.

 Everybody wants answers in the group to move forward, and this was a one-off game.

 There’s not many teams that play the way QPR play.

 His (Mark Warburton) game is based on numbers.

 If he is playing 4-3-2-1, he leaves four behind the ball when they’re building and attack you with six.

 If he’s playing 5-3-2, he will leave four behind the ball and attack you with a different six.

 That method of work is effective, but that’s why I said after the game why I thought Queens Park Rangers will be up there because they’ve got quality players within that.

 (Toni) Leistner, (Ilias), Chair, (Ebere) Eze, (Jordan) Hugill, Nakhi Wells, so I was very, very impressed with them and sometimes you have to take your hat off, you have to respect the opposition and say ‘well done.’

 But the first place you look is at your door and we have and I think we’ve got some clarity.

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