Harry Redknapp says helping QPR stave off relegation would be the greatest achievement of his long career.
The 65-year-old was appointed at the Loftus Road helm a week-and-a-half ago with the remit of keeping the Hoops in the Premier League. The west Londoners languishing bottom of the table, while their winless start to the season extended to 15 matches with Saturday's 1-1 home draw with Aston Villa.
Asked if keeping QPR up would be his biggest achievement, he said: "Of course, absolutely from where we are. We will try. It is going to be hard. I've taken a big task on here. I know what I've taken on, I'm not a fool. It's going to be difficult but you can only give it your best."
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