Defender Neil Taylor says Swansea City have to make more of their chances after a frustrating 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.
Wilfried Bony's early goal put Swansea ahead but Mile Jedinak equalised from the penalty spot for Palace.
"I thought we could have been two or three up by half time but it was one-all," said Wales international Taylor.
"We're disappointed because we'd like to be out of site early doors - but we move on."
The draw leaves Swansea in seventh place in the Premier League, with 19 points from 13 games.
Queens Park Rangers visit the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday, 2 December, with Taylor happy to have an early chance to get back into action.
"I'm frustrated. I think overall we've done enough in the game to get three points, but we haven't," added Taylor.
"And the main thing after that is you don't lose it. Hopefully we can do better on Tuesday."
Garry Monk's team have dropped 13 points from winning positions in the current campaign - more than any other team in the division.
"When we go ahead we need to go on and get two or three, it's as simple as that really," said Taylor.
"You can talk about stats all you want really they don't bother me too much. I think the most important stat is we've got 19 points so we're doing well and you carry on really."
QPR are third from with 11 points, but will arrive at Swansea off the back of a thrilling 3-2 win over Leicester on Saturday.