Harry Redknapp condemned QPR’s under-performing players after their dismal season ended with a 1-0 defeat at Liverpool.
And the manager again warned that relegated Rangers could find the going tough in the Championship next season.
“We’ve got no divine right to come straight back up. We’ll have to work hard,” he said.
“I’ve inherited a group with some good professionals and also with people who are not so good.
“That has been the problem – lots of them can’t get up early enough to get to training on time.
“We didn’t have the quality to stay in the Premier League. We need to improve that in the summer with lads who want to work hard and do well for QPR.”
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