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Redknapp stays certain on season's prospects

Harry Redknapp stays hopeful QPR will enhance their initial season fortunes as they look to abstain from dropping again to the Championship.
Since ricocheting again to the Premier League at the first run through of asking because of a play-off last triumph over Derby County in May, Redknapp's men have battled in the opening weeks of the 2014-15 fight.

With only one win in their opening five association excursions - a 1-0 accomplishment at home to Sunderland - QPR sit in the lowest part three, fair above winless pair Newcastle United and Burnley.
QPR have been soundly whipped on their two away excursions this season, 4-0 at both Tottenham and Manchester United.
They will be out to correct that record on Saturday when they visit Redknapp's old club Southampton, and the 67-year-old stays unflinching in his conviction they will have all that could possibly be needed to get by in the division.
"It's not been simple," he said in a public interview on Thursday. "A year ago was the Championship, which is an alternate level totally, an alternate diversion.
"We've had two extreme away diversions yet our home structure has been great.
"There far to go, we've got to get a few focuses far from home yet in any case I think we'll be alright, I'm still sure.
"When we get everybody back we look a considerable measure stronger group so I'm still certain we'll be fine.
"We've got fair players. We required to accumulate players on the grounds that there was barely anybody left from a year ago so I'm extremely certain we'll be alright."
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