Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is hoping he will be given the resources to spend when the January transfer window opens, reports Sky
“We have got one or two targets, and are just waiting to see if we can get them over the line. We are trying, we felt we have to make sure we are still in there. If you are cut adrift at Christmas, you don’t want to be going and getting yourself into trouble, but if we are still in there with a chance, which I think we will be, then the chairman will go out and let us get one or two players who could make the difference for us,” he said.
The Hoops are currently 19th in the Premier League ,with just eight points from 11 games. Manager Harry Redknapp feels some January additions would help to reinvigorate the side, especially given their recent upturn in form in the division (3 games, 4 points).
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