Loftus Road boss still believes club can avoid relegation to the Championship.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is refusing to give up hope that the club can avoid relegation from the Premier League this season according to Sky Sports.
The Loftus Road boss knows his side face a mammoth task if they are to be playing in the top flight next season.
QPR are currently firmly rooted to the relegation zone and are currently seven points from safety with just six games left to play.
But Redknapp has insisted he will not stop believing his side have a chance until it is mathematically impossible for them to survive.
Redknapp watched his team play out a disheartening draw with Wigan last weekend. QPR were leading right up until the last few seconds when Wigan scored a dramatic equaliser.
The former Spurs boss admitted the result was disappointing for the club after they had worked hard to establish a one goal lead.
Redknapp, who was favourite to be appointed England manager last year only for the position to eventually be given to Roy Hodgson, believes the team’s game with Everton on Saturday is massive.
He speculated that the club need to get four wins and a draw from their last six fixtures but acknowledged that coming away with anything from Goodison Park will be a big challenge.