Redknapp confident of making top four
Harry Redknapp is confident that Tottenham will still qualify for the Champions League despite the 1-0 defeat at QPR.
A goal from former Spurs star Adel Taraabt earned struggling QPR all three points and put a dent in Tottenham's top four aspirations, while another win for Newcastle has not helped the situation.
Spurs are now in fifth, three points behind the Magpies, and they appear to be on the slide after picking up just one win in their last nine Premier League games.
However Redknapp remained upbeat after the defeat to Rangers and still believes Spurs have got what it takes to regroup and qualify for the Champions League.
"I have only seen one bad performance and that was against Norwich," Redknapp said after the defeat. "I couldn't sit here and say we have been playing badly.
"We have four games to go and I'm confident we can win four games. I'm very confident (we will finish in the top four) - it is all to play for. We are fighting for our lives and fighting for Champions League football."