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Redknapp wants to combine Remy with Zamora

22:06 19 January 2013

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QPR's Loic Remy celebrates scoring the first goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Upton Park, London. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

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QPR boss Harry Redknapp hopes to combine his record signing of Loic Remy with Bobby Zamora, who could return from injury next week.

The perpetrator of that strike against the run of play was Remy, who was played in by Adel Taarabt, the playmaker with whom he linked well throughout.

“It was good to see him score in his first game,” Redknapp said.

“I thought at that stage of the game he and Taarabt were going to do a bit of damage today.

“He (Remy) will do that. He’s got great movement off the ball and if you can get people to slide him in when he makes those runs, he will get in because he’s got lightning pace and he will score some goals. He’ll do okay.

“We haven’t had any pace up front. If I can get Bobby fit, next week he could be around and ready to play, I think Zamora and Remy could be a real good partnership.”

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