Redknapp says Loftus Road club would take ‘four wins, two draws and two defeats’ from remaining fixtures.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has set his side a target of 37 points to avoid relegation.
Speaking ahead of the Hoops’ London derby with Fulham on Monday night, Redknapp said he would ‘take’ four wins, two draws and two defeats from the club’s eight remaining Premier League matches.
HR – If we can get 14 more points, it will give us a chance. We’d all take 37 points #QPR
— QPR FC (@OfficialQPR) March 28, 2013
“If we can get 14 more points, it will give us a chance. We’d all take 37 points,” Redknapp is quoted as saying by the club’s official twitter account.
After the trip across west London, QPR host Wigan in a relegation six-pointer and also face fellow-strugglers Reading, plus Newcastle and Arsenal before the end of the season.
“Everyone has already written us off time and again, but we’re still in with a shout in my opinion. I believe we will do it,” Redknapp added.
The Hoops are rooted to the foot of the Premier League table, level with Reading on 23 points but seven points behind 17th-placed Aston Villa.
After two consecutive wins, the R’s were dealt a hammer blow when they lost 3-2 at Villa Park before the international break but the former Tottenham manager remained confident ahead of the visit to Craven Cottage.
“We’ve got to go to Fulham and win the game. It’s a local derby, we’ll take a huge following with us. We want a positive result,” added the 65-year-old.
“The [international] break wasn’t a problem. We’ve got a few extra days which is good. We’ll train all over the weekend and be ready for Monday.
“There’ll be a good atmosphere on Monday. Our fans will be there in great numbers. It’s a night game, live on Sky – it’s fantastic.”