Harry Redknapp: 'We can't show opponents any respect'

QPR manager Harry Redknapp during the match against Liverpool on December 30, 2012
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Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp believes that his side must concentrate on their own performance to have a chance of survival.

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has insisted that his players cannot show respect to any of their opponents during the relegation run-in.

The Hoops are currently seven points adrift at the bottom of the Premier League table and while acknowledging that his side are up against it, he believes that they can still survive by concentrating on their own performances.

Redknapp told Gulf News: "It's going to be difficult, but we can't have too much respect for anybody at the moment

"We've got to go out and think about what we can do to them. If we go out and worry too much about what they can do to us, we'll drive ourselves crazy."

Queens Park Rangers are currently on a training camp in Dubai in preparation for their next Premier League match.

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