QPR manager Neil Warnock has highlighted a need to bring "leaders" to Loftus Road during the January transfer window.
The club have endured a tumultuous campaign since their return to the Premier League, winning three times on the road but just once at home. QPR currently lie two points above the relegation zone, in 16th spot, and Warnock has been vociferous in his need for new players, especially those that can shine during tough times.
He said: "I don't think we have enough leaders. That is one department I am looking to bring players in. You can get leaders on the pitch and you can see certain players [which make you envious]. We do have one or two here, but I probably have to look at using them a little more than I do."
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