The Queens Park Rangers chairman has been discussing his manager's situation.
Fernandes, however, has reassured the 67-year-old that his job is safe with the R's in west London, while also discussing general club matters with the coach during a series of meetings.
During those meetings, Fernandes has revealed, he simply reassured Redknapp over his job security but also asked him whether he was up for the fight against relegation.
"I wanted to reassure him. Harry, like any human being, would have wondered if [the speculation about his job] was true," the QPR chairman said during a video interview.
"I wanted to make sure he was up for the fight, which he is - he's not a quitter. And this is his team, the majority are his players. I think stability is important."
QPR currently sit 19th in the Premier League table on goal difference, two points off the foot of the standings.
The R's' home record has kept them where they are, as they have lost every single away game so far this season. The worrying thing for Redknapp, Fernandes and co, however, is that Rangers have stopped winning their Loftus Road clashes of late.