QPR boss Neil Warnock admits they're trailing their fellow promoted teams this season.

Warnock feels Swansea City and Norwich City have adjusted better to life in the top flight.

He told The Sun: "Looking at their positions, Norwich and Swansea have adapted better to the top flight.

"But I look at it overall and we have seen huge changes. Our new owner Tony Fernandes did not arrive until the last second in August.

"By that time we had already bought some players. The whole ball game changed then and we got some new faces on board.

"Unfortunately, it was not enough and we know we need to get some more in as quickly as possible as we've been punished in certain positions."