QPR boss insists he will stay even if club get relegated.
Harry Redknapp has denied speculation that he will quit QPR should the club suffer relegation from the Premier League according to talkSport.
The former Tottenham boss took over the club from Mark Hughes in November but despite a number of high profile signings, including the likes of Loic Remy and Christopher Samba, has been unable to steer the club away from the relegation zone.
The club remain firmly rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table and require a miracle to avoid Championship football next season.
QPR are seven points Wigan who lie in 17th but the Latics have a game in hand and a last minute escape looks unlikely with just seven games left to play.
Redknapp has moved to deny claims that he would leave the club should they drop down a division insisting he will remain in charge of the team as long as QPR chairman Tony Fernandes is happy for him to continue doing so.
But the 66 year old manager also hinted at the possibility of an exit, admitting he would understand if Fernandes informed him he wanted to cut costs at the club and let the Redknapp go.
Redknapp admitted a number of players currently at the club will have to leave if they get relegated as their salaries would be unsustainable on a Championship income.