QPR's Moses Odubajo described the Championship as a 'relentless' division ahead of Saturday's clash with Preston North End. 

Rangers ended a run of four league games without a win with a 2-0 victory against Birmingham City thanks to two goals from Ilias Chair. 

Loftus Road welcomes 17th placed Preston this weekend, who are coming off the back of a 1-1 draw against Stoke City on Tuesday. 

The Lilywhites dispatched Rangers in a convincing 4-1 win the last time the two sides played at Loftus Road. 

Odubajo said: "This division is relentless, there's no time to dwell on things, as nice as it is to get the three points we have to focus on Saturday and Preston. 

"It will probably be another similar game (to the match with Birmingham), but hopefully, the weather is a bit better because otherwise, it's going to be another wet afternoon here! 

"But I think the main thing for us is to just get the three points and to head into the international break with as many points as we can.” 

Mark Warburton's side have a chance to enter the playoff places after Tuesday's win against Birmingham and currently sit in eighth with 15 points, one point behind Blackburn in sixth. 

Preston are on a nine-game unbeaten run stretching back into August, but five of those were draws, and two of the wins came in the EFL Cup. 

Odubajo added: "Of course, we go into Saturday with more confidence. 

"Hopefully, we can finish this period of fixtures in a better place. 

QPR are expected to still be without Sam Field, Sam McCallum, and Lee Wallace on Saturday, so Yoann Barbet or Chris Willock will probably deputise at left wing-back. 

Stefan Johansen is also a doubt for Rangers, while Preston North End will be without Connor Wickham due to a hamstring injury.