HARRY Redknapp aims to restore some pride after QPR’s Premier League stay ended with a final day defeat at Liverpool on Sunday.
Philippe Coutinho’s first-half strike proved the Reds match-winner at Anfield as Rangers failed to find a response at the other end.
Redknapp conceded the R’s lack of talent ultimately proved their downfall, falling short in their bid to stave off relegation.
“We worked hard enough but we haven’t quite got the quality,” the R’s boss told www.qpr.co.uk.
“We certainly haven’t got the quality Liverpool have got. There was a big gulf between the two teams in terms of quality.
“We’ve hung in there, done our best but we haven’t been good enough.
“We’ve finished bottom because we’re the worst team.”
Redknapp has his sights on the summer as he strives to rebuild Rangers ready for life in the Championship
The R’s boss knows the calibre of new recruits is vital if they are to make amends for this season’s failures with a swift return to the top flight.
“We’re looking for players that can get you out of the Championship next year,” he added.
“I want to get a group in that are pleased to play football and come in every day willing to learn and take a bit of pride in what they do.
“It’s not going to be easy, it’s a tough division full of quality, big clubs. We’ve got no divine right to come out of the league next year.”