Feb 2 2013 By Jacob Murtagh
QPR are sweating on the fitness of French striker Loic Remy after he missed this afternoon's goalless draw with Norwich due to a groin injury.
The £8million January signing from Marseille pulled up in training yesterday and will be assessed in the next 48 hours.
"I have no idea how long he will be out," said frustrated boss Harry Redknapp.
"We will have to see how he is on Sunday and Monday.
"It was in the last minute of training, and he just struck a ball and felt it go."
Redknapp is short of options up front after missing out on the signings of Peter Crouch and Peter Odemwingie on transfer deadline day.
Jamie Mackie was deployed as a lone striker in the stalemate against the Canaries, with Bobby Zamora restricted to a second-half cameo.
Redknapp added: "Bobby Zamora came on in the second half because we can't get a full game from him at the moment after his hip operation, otherwise he'd start.
"At the moment, it's so difficult because if he plays from the start it seizes up on him during half-time."