Redknapp has targets in mind

Harry Redknapp already has the players in mind to have Queens Park Rangers pushing for an immediate return to the Premier League.

Last Updated: 16/05/13 at 10:20 Post Comment

Harry Redknapp: Setting his sights on an immediate return to the Premier League

Harry Redknapp: Setting his sights on an immediate return to the Premier League

It is expected to be a busy summer of comings and goings at Loftus Road, with a squad overhaul on the cards following relegation into the Championship.

Redknapp claims he is ready to embrace the challenge of piecing together a side capable of challenging for promotion, with it his opinion that QPR will be a force to be reckoned with in 2013/14.

He feels that a number of those already on his books will take the second tier by storm, and admits he already has a list of possible additions drawn up.

Redknapp said: "I am confident that I will put a very good team together by the start of next season.

"I am very confident I can do that, it's the aim. I'm quite excited by it actually.

"Andrew Johnson is looking sharp in training and Bobby Zamora is getting better so, without even going outside the squad, that is a big plus in my opinion.

"With the right additions, and I have some in mind, we could have a fantastic team next year who will take all the beating in the Championship."

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