Date: 26th December 2011 at 11:49am
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DJ CAMPBELL believes that Queens Park Rangers should look to take serious points from their upcoming tests.

The Rangers centre-forward is making his return from a foot injury after a prolongued spell on the side-lines, making his comeback from the bench against Liverpool.

His only goal of the campaign came in a thrilling away victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers, and despite the tough nature of the upcoming games, Campbell believes Rangers should be taking all three points.

He told London Call-In: ‘They’re two games that we should be looking to win – no disrespect to those teams.

‘Every game is a massive – it’s such a tough and unforgiving league.

‘Having played for Blackpool in the Premier League last season, I know how tough it is.

‘We’re finding it difficult at the minute – but I’m sure our luck will change and we’ll push up the league.’


The forward is relishing the prospect of fellow-promotees Swansea City and Norwich City, while many will see the trip to Arsenal as a bonus fixture.

As mentioned, if the Arsenal game is viewed in such a manner, then results against the R’s former Championship foes will be seen as important in what DJ has described as an unforgiving league.

 

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