QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin has hailed his side's never-say-die attitude after they came back for a 1-1 draw at Swansea on Tuesday.
After going behind to Danny Graham's early goal at the Liberty Stadium, Neil Warnock's men responded impressively in the second half, with Jamie Mackie grabbing the equaliser.
Argentinian Faurlin, named Rangers' man-of-the-match after playing a key role in the comeback, was delighted by the Londoners' resilience.
He told the club's official website: "It's a really good point for us. They are a very good side, very strong at home.
"They played some great stuff in the first half, but we came strong in the second half.
"We had good shape, worked hard and got the goal our performance deserved.
"We never give up. We're a very positive group of players and we keep fighting to the end."
QPR boss Warnock was unhappy with Swansea's opener after Graham appeared to handle Wayne Routledge's cross before scoring.
Faurlin echoed the manager's frustration, adding: "We were very disappointed with their goal. It looked like a handball, but we kept going and fully deserved the equaliser.
"Swansea work the ball well, but we knew if we could hang on in there, keeping our shape, that a chance would arrive."