Jan 13 2013 By Paul Warburton
QPR defender Fabio da Silva insists the turn of the year has brought a turn of fortune for the club.
Rangers earned their fourth Premier League point from the last six with a 0-0 draw at home to Spurs on Saturday – and reckons the only way is up, despite Rs returning to the bottom of the Premier League.
Hard on the back of a 1-0 win at Chelsea on January 2 and a decent FA Cup draw at home to West Brom last week, the result against a tough Spurs side has renewed hope.
The on-loan full-back from Manchester United (pic) insists that if Hoops can keep the momentum going, they will soon be out of the relegation places.
He said: “It’s four out of six points and it’s a new year.
“We started to lose games (before this) and we started to lose confidence, but we have a new manager and we can start again.
“I think he (boss Harry Redknapp) wanted to win badly because he came from Tottenham - but we have to play like this every game.
“For me, I love playing in these games. I really enjoy defending with aggression – that’s why I like English football.”