New QPR manager Harry Redknapp has stressed he is not at the club to implement a "short-term fix" after succeeding Mark Hughes at Loftus Road.
Redknapp takes over with QPR bottom of the Barclays Premier League after taking just four points from their first 13 games. And although he admits the situation represents the biggest challenge of his managerial career, the 65-year-old does not lack ambition.
Redknapp told QPR Player: "I'm not here for a short-term fix, keep the club up...I want to build something here. I want to stay up and then build a team next year that can progress and eventually be up in the top half of the table every season."
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