NEIL Warnock reckoned Saturday's 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday left him the most frustrated since he arrived at QPR eigth games ago.
The Rangers boss watched one of his former Crystal Palace players steal a point in the last 13 minutes to cancel out Alejandro Faurlin 's debut goal for Hoops in the first half.
Tom Soares rose at the back post to head the leveller and ruin Warnock's afternoon.
The manager said: "That was the most frustating game since I got here.
"If you allow a small full-back to outjump you - then maybe you get what you deserve. But it's given me more ideas about what I need to rectify next season.
"We need a physical presence up front - and I can't fault Tamas Priskin (pictured), he tried all afternoon. At least he wasn't wearing the pink boots he had on in training on Friday. I wasn't going to allow those."
Warnock was none too dazzled by referee Colin Webster's performance either.
The manager said: " Adel Taarabt had his shirt tugged earlier on and nothing happened. You know when that happens, it's one of those days when you can get away with just about anything including manslaughter."