Ian Holloway teaches QPR players to 'check for burglars'

Holloway is getting his message across at QPR in his own special way.

Ian Holloway has been improving the positional play of QPR’s youngsters by teaching them to "check for burglars" this week.

The 53 year-old rejoined the West London club for a second spell as manager on November 11th following the dismissal of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

Holloway is already popular with the club's supporters after guiding QPR to promotion from the third tier in 2004, and he's wasted no time implementing his unique methods this time around.

Speaking to the QPR Podcast on Tuesday, Holloway explained:

QPR are six points away from the Championship play-off positions and five clear of the relegation zone after slipping to a 3-0 defeat at Ipswich on Saturday.

Holloway welcomes Wolves to Loftus Road on Thursday evening hoping for a repeat of the performance that saw them beat Norwich 2-1 in his first game as manager.

That is, of course, providing his players have learned how to "check for burglars" by then.