Paterson Looks Forward To QPR Clash
Versatile Plymouth player Jim Paterson believes that QPR will provide a tough test tomorrow afternoon at Home Park.
The Scottish defender signed for the Green Army in the January transfer window 2008, and believes his players owe Paul Sturrock after some disappointing displays.
'There were a lot of disappointed players, and a lot of disappointed fans, after the Doncaster game." Paterson told thisisplymouth.co.uk
'We let the manager down, so it was important against Birmingham we showed that we could play and fight.
'We were disappointed not to get anything from it, but we are going into a massive game tomorrow. We have lost the last three so, basically, we need to pick up three points."
Paterson continued: 'Wolves came here and we got a 2-2 draw. Birmingham are also up there and we showed we could more than match them on the night.
'QPR will be a difficult game. I saw them on the TV last Saturday, when they beat Wolves 1-0, and they played some good stuff.
'But we know every game in the Championship is hard, and we are looking forward to it - especially picking up three points.'
The 29 year old has a wealth of experience in the Scottish Premier League, signing for Argyle from Motherwell, after an extended period at Dundee United.
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