QPR chief Warnock impressed with Cardiff strikeforce

Queens Park Rangers meet in a top of the table Championship clash with Cardiff this weekend and boss Neil Warnock is envious of the Welsh outfit’s attacking options.

Queens Park Rangers meet in a top of the table Championship clash with Cardiff this weekend and boss Neil Warnock is envious of the Welsh outfit’s attacking options.

Rangers are currently top of the pile eight points clear of the Bluebirds.

"You look at the forward line they have got, I don't think there are many better in the Premier League," he said.

"Craig Bellamy, Jay Bothroyd, Chris Burke and Peter Whittingham. Crikey! It's not bad, is it?

"I'm jealous if I'm honest - I wish I had Bellamy and Bothroyd. But it shows what a good job we have done.

"I can't fault my lads really, the way they perform week in, week out they deserve to be where they are."

QPR can seal promotion if they win at Cardiff this weekend.

 
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