Harry Redknapp names the three Derby County players he feels are playing very well

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Derby County are currently unbeaten in their last five Championship matches.

Harry Redknapp has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast Show, which was broadcast on TalkSPORT on the 26th April, that Johnny Russell, Chris Martin and Tom Ince are all playing well for Derby County.

Redknapp has been brought in as a football advisor in Derby, and his appointment seems to have helped the side’s form.

The Rams have shown signs of promise in recent weeks, and they have arrested their slide.

Derby’s spot in the play offs now is secured, and they look set to face Hull City in promotion deciding fixtures.

Redknapp admits that Hull are a dangerous side, but he has suggested that Derby will look to attack them in the first-leg, which looks set to be held at the iPro Stadium.

“We’ve got an attacking team,” Redknapp said. “We have Johnny Russell, Chris Martin and Tom Ince who are all playing very well. We have goals in us, and we’ll have a go at home [in the play offs], but they’re a dangerous team.”

Derby still have matches against Brighton & Hove Albion and Ipswich Town left to play this season.

Darren Wassall’s side are currently unbeaten in their last five, and if they can extend that record until the end of the season they will go into the play offs with momentum on their side.

Derby beat Hull both times the two teams met in the regular Championship season.

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