QPR first-team coach Joe Jordan insists Rangers have the firepower to clamber out of the relegation zone before the end of the season.
Harry Redknapp's side are seven points adrift of safety with eight Premier League games remaining - a gap which could by wider still by the time they visit Fulham on Easter Monday.
But Jordan has faith in Bobby Zamora and Loic Remy to score the goals to keep the Londoners in the division.
"We have the players now that are capable of taking the game to the opposition," he told the club's official website.
"Bobby is back fit, Remy is back in - we have a depth there now that we didn't have (before).
"When we arrived here we could only really play in a certain way, but that has changed now.
"Performance-wise, we are improving all the time and there is a belief in the camp, because we are playing well.
"The performance (at Aston Villa) last week was excellent. Going forward that was the best we have played since we have got here.
"There are eight games ahead of us and there are games we think we can win.
"If we can play the way that we have played recently we will score goals, we have just got to make sure those goals win us games."