QPR manager Harry Redknapp feels his side have given themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation from the Premier League after their 3-1 win over Sunderland.
Goals from Loic Remy, Andros Townsend and Jermaine Jenas gave the Super Hoops their first back-to-back wins of the season.
Redknapp told Call Collymore: “We started the game so well and found ourselves losing when we were the better team.”
The Super Hoops boss feels that his signings in the January transfer window have given the west London outfit a major boost.
Redknapp added: “The big change is that Remy has come in and has scored three goals for us and he did his stuff again today.
“All the goals that were scored today came from players who were signed in the window.
"Chris Samba has come into defence and has been outstanding.”
The Super Hoops are still bottom of the table but have closed the gap on teams above them and Redknapp is increasingly optimistic.
“We were seven points adrift and everybody had written us off and it looked desperate,” he stated.
Redknapp believes that the partnership between Bobby Zamora and Remy will play a key role in their bid to retain their top-flight status.
“I've said all along that if I could get Loic and Bobby up front together we would start being a threat to other teams," he stressed.
“We’re still in there and we still have a chance. We have come from way off the pace and we need to keep the momentum going.”