Although happy to be back on the scoresheet for the Owls, Fernando Forestieri was disappointed it did not lead to a fifth straight win for Wednesday.
The 25-year-old scored his second goal for the club midway through the first half against Hull on Saturday but Abel Hernandez levelled for the visitors after the break.
“I think we played really good, did everything we could, we need to improve on things but that is normal,” Forestieri said.
“But I am very happy because every one of us left everything on the pitch. We gave everything we could.
“I’m very happy because I scored my second goal but disappointed at the same time because it was just one point.
“I hope more goals will come from me soon and now this game is over, we need to think about QPR.”
Forestieri expects another tough challenge from the R’s but is looking to continue the Owls’ good run of form at Loftus Road and get one over his close friend and QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlín, as he explained:
“QPR will be very, very hard because they have just come down from the Premier League.
“I have my friend who plays there, Alejandro Faurlín and we have been talking about the game this week.
“He tells me they have a lot of very good players and we need to be careful but so do they because we have a team full of talented players.”