The Rs boss insists that the big-money arrivals during January do not represent a financial risk to the club, who sit bottom despite heavy investment under Tony Fernandes
Harry Redknapp insists that QPR's January signings do not represent a financial risk to the relegation-threatened side.
Under chairman Tony Fernandes, the Rs have spent heavily in each of the past four transfer windows yet still find themselves rooted to the bottom of the Premier League, six points from safety, prompting concerns over the club’s financial health in the event of demotion.
Redknapp, however, is adamant that QPR's position has improved since he was appointed as manager in November, with the club currently unbeaten since New Year, recording goalless draws against Tottenham and Manchester City and an away win at Chelsea.
He told reporters: "You look at the games we have had since the turn of the year and you'd take the points that we've got. We gave everything. I can't get any more out of the players,
"The club has invested but they'll get their money back. I haven't brought players in here that we can't give away."
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"If things don't go well and they want to get £12m for Samba then they will do - not a danger," he added. "Samba should be playing for a top-four team. I was trying to sign him for all the years that I was at Tottenham. He is quick as lightning, strong in the air and he can play.
"When I was at Tottenham we put a ball behind Samba [then at Blackburn] and Gareth Bale ran on to it. Samba matched him stride for stride and then pinched the ball off him. He's lightning-quick. He is a monster of a player, the full ticket.
"Remy, for £7m, I don't think he's a problem either. If he scores a couple of goals, then he's £12m. Tottenham tried to buy him for £18m last year."
Redknapp insists, however, that he had not wished to retain striker Djibril Cisse, who joined Qatari club Al-Gharafa on loan during January.
"I would have let him go earlier," the Rs boss noted. "I had to wait for the window to open."