JOE Jordan believes the attacking options QPR now have at their disposal could ultimately hold the key to a successful survival bid.
The return to fitness of Bobby Zamora, coupled with the goalscoring form of Loic Remy, has seen Rangers hit the goal-trail in recent weeks.
Indeed, Harry Redknapp’s men have scored seven goals in our last three Barclays Premier League fixtures – a run that yielded two wins and an undeserved defeat at Aston Villa prior to the international break.
That 3-2 loss at Villa Park left Rangers seven points adrift of safety, but the R’s First Team Coach still remains confident the Hoops can pull off the great escape with eight matches to play.
"We have the players now that are capable of taking the game to the opposition.
"Bobby is back fit, Remy is back in - we have a depth there now that we didn't have.
"When we arrived here we could only really play in a certain way, but that's changed now.
"We had to defend and play on the break, whereas now we can take the game to the opposition when it’s needed.
"Performance-wise, we're improving all the time and there is a belief in the camp, because we're playing well.”
He added: “The performance (at Aston Villa) last week was excellent. Going forward that was the best we’ve played since we’ve got here.
“There are eight games ahead of us and there are games we think we can win.
“Harry has been in circumstances like this before and I’ve worked with him during those and Harry’s teams have achieved what we’re asking these players to go and achieve in these last eight games for QPR.
“The possibilities (of survival) are there – we’ve just got to make sure we don’t create our own problems. If we can play the way that we have played recently we will score goals, we’ve just got to make sure those goals win us games.”