Warnock 'jealous' of Cardiff attack

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QPR boss Neil Warnock will cast an envious eye over Cardiff's attacking riches when the sides meet in South Wales this weekend - despite his table-toppers lying eight points clear of the Bluebirds.

Warnock claims City's front line is Premier League class but adds that it only goes to show what Rangers have achieved this season as they attempt to get over the finish line and back into the top flight.


"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?"

He added: "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."

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