Jonathan Woodgate hopes Boro can go into the international break by registering our first away win of the campaign against QPR tomorrow (3pm).
The Championship will be put on hold for two weeks when international football takes centre stage, with Boro travelling to Loftus Road tomorrow afternoon.
Woodgate is wary of Rangers' attacking pedigree, but hopes his side can get three points under their belts before the international window.
"They've (QPR) started really well with the new manager in charge," said the Boro boss.
"If you look at the forward players they've got: Hugill, Wells, Eze, they've all scored goals but they do concede goals as well.
"Going to Loftus Road, a nice tight pitch, tight ground and our fans will pack out their end so it's going to be good.
"I don't care how it comes, to be fair. Play good, play bad, I just want the win going into the international break."
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