Redknapp’s signings ‘will make all the difference’ says Fernandes

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes took to Twitter after the 0-0 draw with Tottenham to suggest the club’s January signings could make a major impact in the battle against relegation.

Rangers have agreed a loan deal for Spurs midfielder Jake Livermore and are hoping to sign at least one defender and striker before the transfer window closes.

It is also hoped that the return of Bobby Zamora from a hip problem will help their cause.

“No one can [say] players didn’t fight. A couple of players will make all the difference. Zamora back also soon. Fight till the end,” Fernandes tweeted.

Other tweets

Chelsea striker Demba Ba after the 4-0 victory at Stoke: Great performance from the team. Hard place to come and win. But we did it… big up to @hazardeden10 for the goal.”

Chelsea star Juan Mata: “Great win in a really difficult stadium, Stoke hadn’t lost at home this season! I hope our fans enjoyed it!”

Fulham’s Steve Sidwell after the 1-1 draw at home to Wigan: “Not the result we would of liked today but could be a vital point in the late stages of the season #believe ”

Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin after the 2-0 win at Oldham: “Congratulations to Uwe & players on an another great away win.Well done to the travelling Bees braving the falling temperatures.#brentfordfc”

Bees defender Harlee Dean: “Great win. Tough pace to go. Another clean sheet and kept the run going. Well done to travelling support. Safe journey home all!”

QPR legend Rodney Marsh: “If #QPR continue to get the same point return from the remaining games as they have from the first 22, they will end up with 24 points.”

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