HARRY Redknapp defiantly believes QPR will escape the drop – but admits he also needs results to go for him elsewhere.
Known for his famed Houdini escapes with Portsmouth and West Ham, the manager (pic) insists three games from now and it can all look very different.
Hoops take on neighbours Fulham on Monday who are not totally safe from the basement battle, but the tall order demanded of Rangers requires them to hit title form.
Redknapp explained: "We need four or five wins and maybe a couple of draws.
“And when you haven’t won that many it is going to be hard when you haven’t won that much all season – but it’s not impossible.
"When I’m not confident I’ll be struggling to come into work in the morning.
“Two or three losses for other sides and back-to back wins for us – and it can all change. Martin (Jol, Fulham manager) probably doesn’t think he’s safe, and there are quite a few others also thinking the same."