CLINT Hill has warned his QPR team-mates they must be on their guard against Arsenal tomorrow – or else.
Rangers host the high-flying Gunners at Loftus Road a point from safety with eight games to play.
Hill is likely to be restored to the starting XI as boss Mark Hughes looks to shore up a back four ripped to shreds at Sunderland last weekend.
The QPR defence will be tested to the limit again facing an Arsenal side averaging more than two goals a game.
And Hill revealed his PFA vote for player of the year went to a man who can inflict even more damage on the desperate Hoops.
Premier League's leading scorer Robin Van Persie might have got Hill's nod, but the converted centre-back has warned Arsene Wenger's side will be in for a tough time.
He said: “Van Persie is one of the best strikers in England, if not Europe at the moment.
“His goals to games ratio is frightening, so we've got to try and stop him.
“We need to get tight, in their faces and upset them. We have to make it as difficult for them as possible.”
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