Harry Redknapp believes the home crowd played a vital part in QPR’s dramatic win against West Brom.
Charlie Austin scored a hat-trick as the hosts came back from two down to win 3-2 at Loftus Road, where they have now registered crucal victories against fellow strugglers Albion, Aston Villa, Burnley and Leicester.
And Rangers boss Redknapp declared: “The crowd play a big part. They’re fantastic.
“They stayed with us when we went two down. They could easily have turned, but they were fantastic.
“They got behind us, gave us a lift, and in the end we came out the other side.”
Rangers are next in action on Boxing Day when they will face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
They are hoping that left-back Yun Suk-Young will be available for the game after he picked up an ankle injury on Saturday.
Bobby Zamora, who continues to manage a hip problem, will also be assessed.