Jim Magilton is not fussed where he is drawn in the next round of the Carling Cup as the R’s await the draw this evening.
Magilton saw his men turn their fortunes around against Exeter City at the first stage, initially putting in an abject first half before a hatrick from Wayne Routledge saw them run riot at St James’ Park in the second period.
The QPR boss revealed to QPR.co.uk that progression is the key, and isn`t entirely bothered where the R`s are drawn.
‘I’m not altogether fussed who we get, or whether it’s home or away,” said Jim.
‘All I do know is that we’ll go into the tie in a positive frame of mind and be looking to progress to the third round stage.’
Last night was Queens Park Rangers biggest margin of victory on the road since defeating Lincoln City 5-0 in April 1962.
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