LEE Cook believes that if QPR get promoted to the Premiership – they will be a match for anyone in the second half of the table.
The winger is hoping to return to the Championship leaders before the end of the season after recovering from injury, and reckons anything Wolves can do – his beloved Hoops can do just as well.
He said: "You look at Wolves and I think our squad is as good as theirs – and they’ve beaten Man U and Chelsea this season.
"The top seven are a level above – but the rest from 11 to bottom are all the same.
"It’s not going to be easy, but I’m confident we won’t drop out at the first go. We’ve got the quality and got the workers – and it’s a great mix."
Lifelong fan Cook even gave back a £250,000 signing-on fee to Rs when he signed for Fulham in 2007, and revealed the in-joke when keeper Lee Camp was at the club was that Cook ‘owned’ him.
He explained: "I used to give Lee gip when I returned to Rangers from Fulham.
"Because we bought him for £250,000 – I used to tell him I owned him. It was a lot of money – and I wouldn’t have done it for anyone, but at the time we were struggling financially. Then six weeks later they supposedly became the richest club in the country.
"But I believe in karma, so what you give out – you get back."