Blackburn Rovers manager Owen Coyle has insisted that his side deserved their 2-1 victory at Queens Park Rangers in the third round of the FA Cup.
A Jake Bidwell penalty pulled one back for QPR just after the hour mark, but Coyle is adamant that his side were worthy victors.
"There's no doubt from start to finish that we were the better side and deserved the victory," The Lancashire Telegraph quotes him as saying.
"I don't think even the most die-hard QPR fan could argue against that, they had a bit of the ball, but we had a good defensive shape and I don't think they created too many chances.
"I thought we looked a real threat all day."
"I never thought for one minute that it was a penalty," he added.
"I was 15 yards away and I could tell that the lad was going to throw himself to the floor and for me I thought it was a soft award."
Blackburn will learn who their next FA Cup opponents will be on Monday evening when the draw for the fourth round takes place.