Mark Hughes not bothered by Harry Redknapp QPR speculation
Queens Park Rangers are rooted to the bottom of the Premier League and another couple of defeats could see Mark Hughes’ position become untenable, although the Welshman remains positive that his QPR team can turn the corner.
October 20th, 2012
The west London side have yet to win a match and have just two points to their name, with reports suggesting Harry Redknapp could be open to the idea of managing at Loftus Road, although Hughes is not letting such talk affect him.
“I understand why we are where we are,” he said. “The focus on us isn’t going to go away until we start winning games, so why worry about it? It’s only a matter of time before we turn things round. Ideally it will be this weekend.”
Asked whether he was concerned about Redknapp’s availability at the moment, Hughes replied: “Not at all. I know how well I work. I know what my staff do on a daily basis. I’d put my ability up against anyone.
“We are probably two wins away from where we expected to be in terms of targets,” he said. “That’s not a million miles away from where we should be. But in our first 10 games we will have probably played eight of the top teams in the Premier League.”