QPR boss Neil Warnock is reluctant to rest any of his players for the remaining games of the season for fears of being labelled a hypocrite.
Rangers are now safe from the Championship drop, with games against Barnsley and Newcastle to come, but the Hoops boss is hesitant about fielding weakened sides after criticizing fellow managers for doing so in the past.
He said: "I’d like to have played one or two more youngsters, if I’m honest, but it was the wrong time to be accused by the media, or whoever, about messing around with clubs' futures."
Warnock, then manager of Sheffield United in the Premiership, slammed Rafa Benitez and Gareth Southgate for apparently surrendering games that led to the Blades’ relegation and Warnock’s eventual resignation from the club.
"If I were going to experiment it’s more likely to happen against Barnsley and Newcastle," Warnock added. "But it won’t be experimenting, it will be whoever’s fit”"