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Djibril Cisse was delighted after his side beat Stoke by a goal to nil, giving his side the advantage over rivals Bolton going into the final day
QPR hero Djibril Cisse was delighted that his side’s fate was in their hands going into the final game of the season.
The Frenchman scored a late winner against Stoke, coupled with Bolton conceding two late goals at home to West Brom.
“I’m really happy that we managed to take the three points,” Cisse said.
“The way we played, we believe that we are going to make it so I was confident.
“To be honest I’ve had a really strange five months with ups and downs and the job is not done, but I hope that it will end well and for now we’re celebrating but we have another game, City away will be very difficult and very important but I’m happy with what I’ve achieved.
“I always said that we’re going to stay up and even more today, I believe in the club and the players. We have a great manager and we’re trying to build something really strong around the club. Tony Fernandes is really passionate and doing everything to build a big club and we have to stay up because it’s a wonderful club.
“Next week is going to be a really stressful game but we know what we have to do and I look forward to next weekend.”
A defeat for QPR, coupled with wins for Bolton and Wigan (who have a game in hand) will see the west London side plying their trade in the Championship.