QPR manager Jim Magilton moved quickly to play down reports of a row with Akos Buzsaky after his team's 3-1 defeat at Watford.
The Hungarian was locked out of his own dressing room and was forced to stand at the side of the pitch for half-an-hour after the final whistle before seeking refuge in a public toilet.
Magilton later described the incident as a 'difference of opinion', adding: "Anything that was said will be kept in-house."
It was another disappointing result following Saturday's 5-1 home defeat to Middlesbrough and Magilton conceded: "As a group of players you've got to go out and take responsibility for your actions. You want these players to stand up and really be counted.
"We just need to restore confidence. It does come and go but you must retain self-belief.
"At the minute we've just got one or two who are shying away - you need characters and you need leaders."