QPR boss Harry Redknapp believes the Premier League relegation fight will be decided by a shoot-out between the bottom clubs' strikers.
Redknapp splashed the cash in January to try and avoid the drop with ?8million spent on France forward Loic Remy.
It is a piece of business that has appeared increasingly more astute after Remy scored in the successive wins that have revived QPR's survival bid.
The west Londoners have hauled themselves to within four points of safety ahead of Saturday's relegation battle against Aston Villa, who sit in the final safety position.
Villa have themselves relied on Christian Benteke's 12 league goals to keep them afloat and it is a similar story for all the clubs in the bottom six places.
Southampton striker Rickie Lambert has netted 12 times in his debut season in the top-flight, Sunderland's Steven Fletcher has 11 while Reading's super-sub Adam Le Fondre has managed 10.
While Arouna Kone has managed just eight for Wigan his double at Reading last...