The Super Hoops are currently seven points adrift of safety and remain rooted to the foot of the table with 30 games played.
Despite the gap building since Harry Redknapp’s arrival at the club, the Loftus Road outfit have appeared to develop, chiefly in an attacking sense.
Prior to the January transfer window goals had been an issue for QPR, but a number of arrivals, namely Remy, have boosted their attacking options.
Jordan believes that the Frenchman and fit-again Zamora have the ability to secure vital points for the club in their quest for survival:
“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.”
QPR have only eight games to bridge the gap if they are to avoid a return to the Championship.
Jordan feels that of these fixtures, some are winnable and that the team can still beat the drop:
“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.”
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