PADDY Kenny reckons QPR have all the attributes for promotion to the Premier League – and he should know.
The Irish keeper was a member of the Sheffield United squad which reached the promised land under current Rs boss Neil Warnock in 2006.
And the 32-year-old believes the squad Warnock has now put together at Loftus Road has more in it's locker than the Blades' class of '06.
He said: "At Sheffield United we had a very physical team who could look after themselves, but at QPR we have more than that.
"We have plenty of lads who can mix it and allow the lads with a bit of flair to play, so there is the right balance to be an even more successful team.
"Against Coventry (in Rs' 2-0 win on Tuesday) we had to battle and gave as good as we got. They are a physical side and we matched them, but showed we can play a bit as well."
Kenny admits it was a wrench to join Rangers back in June following eight years at Bramall Lane, but conceded the arrival of Warnock at Loftus Road three months earlier made it a no-brainer.
He said: "Neil knows what I'm all about and I know what he's all about – we know what to expect from each other.
"He also stood by me when I had my ban (Kenny was banned for nine months in September 2009 after testing positive for the banned substance ephedrine) and kept his faith in me."