QPR must start picking points away from Loftus Road if they are to stand a chance of securing Premier League survival, according to manager Harry Redknapp.
The Hoops have climbed out of the relegation zone thanks to a run of crucial victories over struggling rivals on home soil.
The problem for Redknapp is that his team have yet to bring a point home from any of their seven games away from Loftus Road.
The R’s boss feels his players have performed better than the statistics suggest but he admits they need results to back his claim.
“We’re in good form at home and I couldn’t be more pleased with how we’re playing,” Redknapp said.
“The key now is improving our away form, although there has been a big improvement in performances. Now we need to turn that improvement into points.”
QPR face an Everton side at Goodison Park on Monday night that have won only once in six league games.
The Toffees go into Monday’s game just four points ahead of their visitors.
Redknapp will have to make do without the suspended Charlie Austin and he is already looking towards strengthening his squad in the upcoming January transfer window.
“It’s going to be tight at the bottom and we’ll all be looking to improve our squads if we can. If we can find a couple of players who can make bit of a difference, we’ll do that,” Redknapp added.
QPR are 7.22 to win against Everton (1.44) while a draw (4.22) would bring a welcome first away point of the season for Redknapp and his men.