After a soul-destroying defeat to Liverpool, QPR boss Harry Redknapp angrily rejected rumours over his future. Redknapp said he has no interest in speculation linking the likes of Tim Sherwood to replacing him at the west London club's helm.
"I couldn't give a monkey's about speculation, if you think I'm bothered, really, about silly people keeping writing rubbish," said Redknapp.
"I don't even buy newspapers.
"The only time I hear is if some idiot comes up to me and says 'ooh, have you seen the paper today Harry?' And I say 'I don't know, I don't read it'.
"I'm not interested: they can write what they want.
"You only do what you can do, your best, that's what you can do in life.
"If it ain't good enough, it's up to other people to make their mind up.
"I don't go home and worry about speculation, I'm 68 nearly.
"What am I worried about? I'm not 35 with five kids trying to pay a mortgage.
"I do my best every day, I come in early, every morning I'm at the training ground early and I leave late at night.
"I love my job, and I do my best: I can't do any more and there ain't no one could do any better here at the moment than me, I don't think.
"I hear other names mentioned, but they couldn't do any better than what I can do, that's for sure."
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