QPR defender Clint Hill has urged manager Harry Redknapp not to break up the squad.

Redknapp concedes he is tempted to reshape his side in the January transfer window - even looking to out of season MLS players to boost his squad.

Hill, Shaun Derry and Jamie Mackie were key figures in the side that won the Championship two seasons ago, but had been fringe players under Mark Hughes.

Hill, 34, said: "I've been here three years now and I've seen loads come and go. I just think we need a bit of stability at the moment, a settled team, which we've tried to have over the last few games, and a system of play that suits us.

"The chairman (Tony Fernandes) is throwing money everywhere, left, right and centre and sometimes that doesn't work. You've got to stick with people and work on them and try and get the best out of the ability they have.

"Don't get me wrong, I do think we will go and try and get a couple of players, but I don't think it will be five, six or seven like people are talking about."