QPR manager Harry Redknapp admitted that his team were a little fortunate to escape with a 1-1 draw from their FA Cup third round tie with West Brom at Loftus Road.
But the R's boss was delighted for Kieron Dyer, who has been plagued by injury during recent seasons but bagged a very late equaliser here, his first goal in top level football since May 2007.
"I tried a few different players today but couldn't really see the goal coming," said Redknapp. "We were a bit short really.
"It was a good finish from Kieron and he got through a full game, which was good. He's kept going and he hasn't played a full game since I don't know when. I'm pleased for him.
"I didn't want to get beat and the draw today, following the win against Chelsea (on Wednesday), is not bad. Losing is a bad habit.
"West Brom are strong and well organised, with a bit of flair. You can see why they are in the top half of the table.
"Maybe the Chelsea game knocked a bit out of our lads. One or two of them looked ...