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Redknapp confident QPR players are with him

QPR boss Harry Redknapp doesn't believe he's lost the players after defeat at West Ham United.

QPR made a number of high-profile signings in the summer but the team's big names have failed to deliver results so far this season.

Redknapp's side face a tough run of fixtures after the international break with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City all to come in the next four games.

When asked if the players were letting him down with their disappointing displays, Redknapp said: "I don't think so. We're short - we're short of goals, we're short up front.

"It's been difficult, we lost Loic Remy on the deadline and couldn't get a replacement. We've had a tough start but there's an awful long way to go."

Redknapp added: "There's a lot of teams down there - one win changes everything.

"What are you supposed to do? You have to keep going. We're not going to give up are we? It's early days.

"We have to find a way of playing that suits everybody and get the best out of what we've got."

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