Harry Redknapp insists relegation would not see him want to leave Queens Park Rangers at the end of the season.
The R’s boss took over the club in November with the club rooted firmly in the relegation places following a disastrous start to the campaign under Mark Hughes’ leadership – during which time they had collected just four points from 12 games.
And, while Redknapp has improved results on the pitch with 19 points from 18 games, the Londoners are still stuck in the drop zone and are seven points from safety following Wigan’s win against Norwich on Saturday.
Ahead of Monday’s must-win game against London rivals Fulham, Redknapp has insisted that he would like to remain at Loftus Road beyond this season regardless of what division they are in.
He said: “It is up to the chairman and board what they want to do if we go down.
“And whatever they want to do is fine with me.
“If they say they are looking to go another way, then it would not be a problem.
“But I like it here and am happy. I don’t even think about going down. It doesn’t enter my mind.”