Redknapp: No one else can do any better at QPR than me

Harry Redknapp with Glenn Hoddle at QPR training

The ex Tottenham boss was responding to questions about his future after the loss to Liverpool.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp was in fine form after Sunday's defeat to Liverpool in the club's post match press conference.

Understandably animated after the Hoops seemed to storm back for a draw not once but twice at the end of the game, only for a second own goal in the match gifting victory to the Reds in the 5th minute of injury time, Redknapp didn't mince his words as the media questioned him on his team choice and the speculation on his future.

Having touched on the reasons why Adel Taarabt was struggling to get game time at Loftus Road, the 67-year-old then addressed the rumours surrounding his management of the club, with other men being linked to the hot seat given QPR's struggles since being promoted.

That various coaches he worked with at Tottenham have come in to or been linked with joining the R's has only added fuel to the fire that Redknapp's job could be at risk, and someone could already be lined up. But Redknapp, who replaced Mark Hughes at the club in 2012, said he didn't lose sleep over such speculation, and added that he didn't think anyone else could do a better job than he has managed.

"I don't go home and worry about speculation," the former Spurs boss said.

"I do my best every day, I come in early every morning, I leave late at night, I love my job.

"I can't do any more. There ain't no-one that can do any better here than me, of the other names mentioned.

"They couldn't do any better than what I can do, that's for sure."

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