The Hoops manager, who replaced Mark Hughes last month, is yet to record a win at the Loftus Road outfit after successive draws with Sunderland and Aston Villa.
QPR face fellow strugglers Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium on Saturday, and Redknapp has urged his players to convert their hard work in training into a much-needed victory.
“My entire focus is – all day, all night – is on QPR. If we can beat Wigan tomorrow then our season could take off,” Redknapp said.
“We need to focus on our football and be as fit as we can be for this run of games. We just need to focus on winning football matches.
“The players have been very good in training. There’s been a strong intensity about the sessions. That’s what we need to get out of this.”
Meanwhile, Redknapp hinted QPR would not hold a Christmas party, with the Hoops without a victory and rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
“I’m not a fan of Christmas parties,” he added. “Every club has had trouble over the years with them and I feel that in our position we really don’t have anything to celebrate.
“If we get out of this situation we can have a great big party at the end of the season.”
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