A word of advice to QPR players unless they know already - don’t play poker with Rob Green.
Try and imagine the scene in the Anfield mixed zone on Saturday where media wait for a word with players.
It’s freezing cold and there’s a sleeting rain falling from leaden skies.
You save a penalty from none other than Steven Gerrard and still get beaten 2-1 in the final three minutes when the same bloke scores a winner.
With hands folded in suit pockets and shoulders hunched against the elements, Green is then told the world and his wife trying to avoid the drop have all won.
Straight faced and without missing a beat, Green simply says: “Great; we need to win all our games, then.’
The keeper, who's enjoyed an outstanding season while the team struggles, shrugged his shoulders when congratulated on his spot-kick stop, and conceded the Liverpool winner had been coming.
“If you concede a lot of corners, at some point they are going to meet one of them.”
Rangers need not only to win all remaining three, starting with Manchester City away on Sunday, they need others to lose – a lot of others, namely Leicester, Hull, Newcastle and Aston Villa.
In the unlikely event all four win, Green and co can prepare for Rotherham next season rather than another excursion to City.