If the Reds lose at Loftus Road, Rodgers will have won 25 points from 20 Premier League games, a record which saw Roy Hodgson sacked.
Unlike the now England coach, the ex-Swansea man will not be given the boot, as the club’s owner John W Henry still believes that he is the man to usher in a new generation of success at Anfield.
It is also thought that the Merseysiders’ hierarchy want to maintain a sense of stability at the club, following the sacking of Kenny Dalglish over the summer.
Their faith in the Northern Irishman will be further illustrated next month, as the club look to splash the cash in a bid to improve their domestic form.
Daniel Sturridge is on the verge of completing a £12m move from Chelsea, to provide support to over worked star striker Luis Suarez.
It is also thought that former Liverpool youth player Tom Ince is close to returning in a £4m deal from Championship outfit Blackpool.
Rodgers may also be in the market for further attacking reinforcements, with rumours that he is pursuing Barcelona’s David Villa, who could be available on loan.