Rovers are not paying any attention to QPR’s poor record at Loftus Road ahead of this afternoon's Championship clash.

Gareth Ainsworth’s side have won just one of their last 19 matches on home turf and find themselves in the drop zone after a tough start to the campaign.

Jon Dahl Tomasson insists Rovers must treat each game on its own merit rather than focusing on what has happened in the past.

“I am not thinking about that,” Tomasson said. “I am thinking about what the team is good at and what their weaknesses are. Then the players get a very detailed plan regarding their weaknesses.

“It doesn’t matter if you are playing Leicester or a team who is in the relegation zone. It doesn’t matter if you are playing a team who are winning games but don’t deserve to be winning them.

“The players always get a very detailed plan on what to expect from our opponent. We have watched eight to 10 QPR games so far so we are well prepared and we do that with more or less every opponent.”

He added: “They are very good at playing in a direct way, creating chances with crosses into the box and transitions. They have a very long throw-in as well, there is some quality in the team.”

Rovers have one of the youngest squads in the division and arguably aren’t as ‘streetwise’ as some of their more experienced counterparts in the second tier.

That was a talking point after the defeat at Coventry in midweek, with the hosts surrounding referee Jeremy Simpson at times while he was making decisions.

“(Andy Moran’s disallowed goal) was a strange moment, I still don’t understand it,” Tomasson admitted.

“But I think the Coventry players did the right thing in the circumstances – putting on the referee and suddenly things can change. I think that is something that comes with experience.

“We have that mindset that (winning is all that matters) and the players have that hunger to win games.”

Despite recent form, the Rovers boss is not worried about confidence levels in the dressing room and believes positive results are around the corner as long as the side stick to their gameplan.

“It hurts, but it should not affect the confidence because we played well against a good side like Coventry,” the Dane stated. “I didn’t see anything wrong with confidence in that game or the game before.

“I think it is about sticking to the plan, doing the right things, being patient and having in mind football is a strange game.

“We all know that (things can change quickly) in this league and you need to fight for every point.

“There are no walkover games. With the intensity and quality of the players, they don’t exist in this league.”