QPR manager Neil Warnock said he was "disappointed we didn't win the game" after seeing his side thrashed 4-0 at Leicester on Monday.
The R's made a disastrous start when they fell behind after just five minutes thanks to Andy King's goal, before Martyn Waghorn struck twice in the space of five minutes to put the Foxes in cruise control.
Steve Howard added a third with 12 minutes remaining and defeat leaves Rangers just three points above the drop zone with five games remaining.
Warnock said: "Believe it or not I'm disappointed we didn't win the game, which might sound a bit silly and as if I was a character out of `One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest'.
"But their first two goals were absolutely diabolical and showed the hard work we are going to have to put in. And then after their third goal went in we were just waiting for the final whistle to go."
Warnock admitted to being envious of Leicester's front pairing, adding: "We don't have enough physical presence at the moment. I think if we had Steve Howard and Martyn Waghorn, we might have won the game."