Neil Warnock has been quick to pay tribute to the tireless contribution of Rob Hulse in the wake of QPR’s victory over Cardiff City yesterday.
Rangers picked up all three points with Kaspars Gorkss and Adel Taarabt helping cancel out a Craig Bellamy opener.
Despite not getting on the scoresheet this time around, Hulse’s contribution was recognised by many as his best display since signing for Rangers.
Speaking to the Ealing Gazette QPR manager Neil Warnock was revelling in the form of his centre forward.
‘I thought Hulse was fantastic for us,’ he said.
‘It was the best I’ve seen him play while he’s been here. He was a handful from start to finish and he created so many gaps for others because the two centre-halves found it difficult to play him.’
Hulse broke his duck last weekend against Preston North End, and appears to be getting more used to the system by the day.
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