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QPR boss Harry Redknapp tells ITV London he's in agreement with Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, after the England midfielder said only English people should be allowed to play for the national team.
Alan Pardew will hope not to miss out on a permanent move for Loic Remy for a second time after the in-form striker fired Newcastle to a 2-1 victory at Cardiff.
– Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew
I wish he had joined in January.
I still remember the night clearly when we thought we had done the deal.
We had a nice glass of wine, gave ourselves a nice, hearty, warm handshake and the next day he wasn't there.
But sometimes in life you have to wait. If you wait long enough it comes around.
We are really pleased to have him, I thought he was excellent. Not just his two goals, but his work-rate and everything he did was competent.
It was interesting to read Harry Redknapp's comments that he probably won't be going back, but we will have to see.
Uruguayan striker and free agent Javier Chevanton has signed a short-term contract at QPR.
Following his release from Italian side Lecce at the end of last season he has been training with the R’s in recent weeks and has obviously impressed Harry Redknapp and has signed a three month deal.
"With the injuries we've had to Bobby (Zamora) and AJ (Andy Johnson), we're really short of options in that department," Harry Redknapp told qpr.co.uk.
"Javier has spent time with us and integrated into the group very well. He arrives with a good pedigree and gives us a much-needed extra option in attack."
QPR manager Harry Redknapp promised there was more to come from his team after Charlie Austin's goal against Birmingham secured the club's fourth straight 1-0 Championship win.
– QPR manager Harry Redknapp
It was a good win for us today.
They've all been close games but we keep sneaking home. It wasn't easy. Birmingham pressed us all over the pitch in the first half but we got the result in the end.
We'll get better but all round it was a good result.
Andy Johnson remains "100 per cent committed" to QPR after a proposed return to former club Crystal Palace failed to materialise.
Johnson, who missed the majority of last season with a knee injury, was granted permission to speak to the Premier League newcomers during the final hours of the transfer window on Monday night.
– Andy Johnson is still at QPR.
It was a bit of a whirlwind, but I'm really pleased to still be a QPR player.
The interest from Palace was flattering but I never once asked for a transfer. Like I said a few weeks back I owe it to QPR, who stood by me when I was injured last season, to stay and help get this club back to the Premier League.
I am 100 per cent committed to QPR and will continue to give my all to help us build on what has been a promising start to the season.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has signed Niko Kranjcar once more, this time on a season-long loan deal from Dyanmo Kiev.