QPR loan problem won't follow Warnock

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QPR manager Neil Warnock admits he will consider himself a failure if the club relies as heavily on loan signings next season.

Warnock, who arrived at the club last month, will be given cash to bring in his own players over the summer.

He said: "I would be very surprised if I've got more than one loan player at any time next season. It means I won't have done my job properly or been a little bit unlucky in the summer because I don't want loan players."

Rangers have six players on loan at Loftus Road - Adel Taarabt, Jay Simpson, Matt Hill, Marcus Bent, Tamas Priskin and Dusko Tosic - and can only field five at any one time.

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