Grant Hall is one of the few out-and-out positives for QPR this season - but even he believes reaching the play-offs is a dream.

Team-mate Ale Faurlin spoke to GWL l ast week about stringing five or six wins together and mounting a late charge, but former Spurs player Hall has his size 10s planted firmly on terra firma.

“Looking at the table now, realistically it’s about building for next season. We want to get as many points on the board as possible, and build from there,” he told

Rangers stuttered to a 1-1 draw at relegation threatened Bolton on Saturday that made it look ever more certain the club are headed for mid-table in the Championship.

They head to upwardly mobile Sheffield Wednesday tonight, who are in the top six - a daunting Tuesday task by any standards, but Hall believes self-interest from team-mates can stand Rangers in good stead.

“New players joined us in January and a lot of people here have got a point to prove ahead of next season – you want to be in that starting eleven," he explained.

First Hillsborough, however.

Hall said: “They’re flying at the moment so it is going to be a very hard game, but we’ll be going their looking to pick up all three points.

“We need some wins and that’s what we will be working for.”

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