In-form midfielder Ákos Buzsáky wants QPR to put on another show for the cameras as Leicester City visit Loftus Road on Friday night.
The Hungarian international has played a key role in Rangers revival in recent weeks, scoring five goals in the last six games.
The most recent strike came from the spot against Derby County to sew up a 4-2 victory at Pride Park live on the BBC.
Now Rangers have their chance to host their own television spectacle as Leicester City travel to West London on Friday night.
Buzsáky believes that while the Foxes have their undoubted threats, Rangers recent run shows that they should fear no-one.
‘We don’t fear anyone and if we play to the best of our ability, we’re confident we can turn anyone over,’ he told QPR.co.uk
‘We showed the viewing public what we’re all about against Derby on Saturday night and we’ll be going all out to put on another show on Friday evening.
‘It’s not about what they might do, it’s about focusing on what we can do.
‘Our home form has been really good since the start of the campaign and over the course of the season, it will be our results at Loftus Road that ultimately govern where we finish the season.’
Rangers will be looking to reclaim their place in the playoffs following Leicester leapfrogging them into the top six with a win over Reading.
Conversely the Foxes will be looking to smash Rangers’ unbeaten home start to go joint top of the Championship ahead of the Saturday fixtures.
Their squad may or may not include experienced international Edgar Davids who has been set a deadline of 24 hours to sign for Leicester.
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