HARRY Redknapp insists winning is all that matters against fellow strugglers Wigan Athletic this weekend.
Rangers welcome Roberto Martinez’s men to Loftus Road on Sunday for a huge six-pointer in front of the live Sky Sports cameras.
Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Redknapp emphasised the importance of Sunday’s fixture, commenting: “It's a big game for us. All we can think about is winning the game.
“We need to win. Nothing else will be enough.
“I believe this team is playing as well now as it ever has.
“We're playing well, creating chances, scoring goals. We're a threat at the moment. We've got forwards who can score goals.
“We should have picked some points up in the last two games. We've got to keep going though. We've got to beat Wigan.”
The R’s start the weekend seven points adrift of safety, but Redknapp insists he hasn’t even given relegation a thought and confirmed reports that he wants to stay at Loftus Road.
“If I stop believing, everyone will. I don't feel we've had it. I still believe we can do it, I really do,” he said.
“I've never thought about relegation. We're still positive and we've got a job to do.
“We will never give up. We've got to keep going and that's what we'll do.”
He added: “I'm happy here. I'm so focused on keeping this club up.
“I'd love to be here for years. If I do well here, I'd love to stay here.
“I love it here. I love the club and the people. If the owners want me to stay, I'll stay.
“The owners here are fantastic people. They're great to work for. I want us to stay up more than anything for them and the fans.”