Alejandro Faurlin says QPR had enough of the ball in the first half against Preston on Saturday to have won the game twice over.
The fact it ended 0-0 (see gallery) says much about Rangers goal threat right now. No goal in 272 minutes plus, tells its own tale.
It’s a far cry from rampaging Rangers the last time Preston came to Loftus Road in November 2010 when the home side won 3-1.
Hoops would go on to win the Championship, but there seems little chance this time around.
The only survivors from that glorious campaign are the interim coach, back in charge, and the Argentine.
Faurlin reckons it was like old times hearing Neil Warnock giving forth in the changing room beforehand.
The midfielder said: “Im the only player left now (from 2010). To think Neil is nearly 67, but he loves to work. I too am happy to be at Loftus Road and on the pitch.
“He’s very straightforward. He wants 100 per cent from everyone. He gives freedom to the players in the wide areas and make them feel very important.
“He wants us to win headers, tackles, second balls - you know how this division is.
“The amount of football we played in the first half, and the way we played we should have made the difference in goals.
“But we need to take this point and create a positive run.”