Redknapp is looking forward to the challenge of trying to get QPR back in the Premier League.
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Harry Redknapp has said that he will be staying at QPR following speculation that he could leave the club after a disagreement about signing left back Wayne Bridge.
Goal.com reports that Redknapp has committed to staying with the Hoops despite their relegation from the Premier League.
Redknapp became QPR boss following the sacking of manager Mark Hughes in November.
Despite an upturn in the clubs form, the Hoops were consigned to relegation from the Premier League and into the Championship.
“I am committed to QPR. I want to do well for the club and I want to take it back where it belongs, in the Premier League”. said Redknapp.
The club was relegated despite signing a whole host of players in the last two transfer windows including highly rated French striker Loic Remy.
Many of the players signed for such a high transfer fees will probably leave this summer, meaning that Redknapp will need to rebuilt his squad for the fight to get back into the Premier League.
Rumours suggested that Redknapp was ready to leave QPR following a disagreement about the clubs failure to sign former England left back Wayne Bridge.
It now appears that Redknapp has put to bed any speculation about his future and will remain QPR boss.