QPR manager Harry Redknapp is prepared to look all over the world for new recruits as he attempts to continue the club's recent revival.
The R's have moved within five points of safety after picking up two league wins, including a hard fought victory at Chelsea on Wednesday.
Redknapp's side again showed their battling spirit when they fought back to claim a 1-1 draw with West Brom in Saturday's FA Cup tie, but he is fully aware that the squad needs extensive strengthening if they are to survive in the top flight.
"Whoever we would be playing I would be thinking about next week's league game," he said.
"We've got to pick up league points. I'll be flying all round the world to try to get one or two players if I can. That's the key. We need to improve the squad. I'll be doing everything I can to do that.
"We have to do business somewhere even if it's loans. We are short in certain areas. The team needs picking up."
Redknapp selected DJ Campbell against the Baggies following his prolific loan spell at Ipswich and he wishes the striker had returned to the club sooner.
"I've had seven or eight clubs in for DJ Campbell from the Championship," he said.
"He gives everything. I like him a lot as a lad. He has got a good attitude. He will be handy for us. I wish I had had him here a month ago."