Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has said that his son Shaun Wright Phillips will probably be relegated along with QPR this season.

Shaun Wright Phillips moved to QPR from Manchester City for around £ 3 million in the summer. He was one of the biggest transfer arrivals for ex-manager Neil Warnock, but he has largely been a disappointment at Loftus Road.

Mark Hughes has said that Wright Phillips should improve a lot in order to be a major help for QPR in their fight for relegation. Ian Wright has now said that QPR will feel extremely lucky if they are able to take at least one point from the last 10 matches.

QPR are currently in the 18th position in the table and they need a miracle in order to remain in the Premier league next season. The latest in-play online betting puts them as firm favourites to drop later this season. They have won just one of the 16 league games, while the prospect of safety gets even more tough when you consider that QPR will be facing the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City in the remaining three matches.

They will also be welcoming the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal in the last 10 matches as well. It is mainly the reason for Ian Wright to think that it will be tough for QPR to get even a point from the remaining matches.

“I think the players that have come in have not performed to the level that they should, simple as that. I think that they’ve got quality players but they’re just not playing well, none of them. When you get into a situation where you’re losing it’s hard to get out of it, and things like [Clint Hill’s disallowed goal at Bolton on Saturday] happen,” Ian Wright said in a fundraising event held by the Absolute Radio.