United boss gives QPR verdict...
Leeds United manager Simon Grayson declared himself satisfied to end the campaign by completing the double over league champions QPR.
Despite falling a goal behind inside 30 seconds, Grayson's men ruined QPR's celebration party thanks to goals from Max Gradel and Ross McCormack and the 1,800 travelling fans were able to toast a fine away success.
"I was delighted with the result and the performance," said Grayson.
"We wanted to finish the season on the right note and we did that. Credit to the players because we fell behind very quickly, but re-grouped and played very well after that.
"It was a strange game because QPR knew they were the champions, but believe me, they still wanted to finish with a decent result.
"For me, other than the first half against Crystal Palace, we've done well over our last four games and there's definitely a platform there for us to take into the summer.
"We'll go away now and when we come back again we'll look to give it another go. We're under no illusions how tough it will be, but we will analyse this season and prepare for the new one."
There was a surreal edge to Saturday's game when QPR were confirmed as champions less than an hour before kick-off when the FA announced the outcome into a disciplinary hearing and confirmed that the Hoops would not be deducted any points.
Grayson was surprised to learn the verdict so close to kick-off and he said: "The timing could have been better for everyone I think. They've been looking at this for nine months now and for the verdict to come out an hour before the last game of the season…
"Maybe it tells you that these things need looking at in the future, I don't know. I congratulated QPR because they have been the best team in this league over the 46 games."
See more from Simon Grayson on LUTV and www.leedsunited.com throughout the week...