Manager on QPR test.
Leeds United face Queens Park Rangers at Elland Road on Wednesday evening, in their latest Sky Bet Championship fixture.
The Whites are aiming to return to winning ways after defeat last time out against Southampton, with the visitors are looking to do the same after losing at home to Coventry City.
Speaking ahead of the match, Daniel Farke gave his thoughts to the media at Thorp Arch.
He said: “In general, they [QPR] have a much better squad than their position.
“They had a difficult start and are not in the best position, but when you analyse the squad it’s a really good squad.
“Gareth Ainsworth was an experienced player and now a coach, he has done fantastic in his former clubs.
“When you go more detailed into them, in their last three away games they’ve conceded just the one goal. So they’ve looked solid away from home.
“I think and expect a team who is difficult to break down, because they sit compact, disciplined and deep.
“So I expect we have to be patient and be relentless, to work hard and get chances. What will be crucial is that we are effective in finishing positions, and clinical.
“I don’t expect against a solid side that doesn’t allow many chances, that we create one against one situations on the goalkeeper.
“So we have to be brutal in finishing moments and that will be a task for the game.”