Speaking to talkSPORT (aired Thursday, 08:05), Neil Warnock has discussed the vacant QPR managers job, admitting that he is not keen on getting back into a full time job.
When asked if he will apply for the job at Loftus Road, Warnock said: “I don’t think I have to. I was just happy to come back to the club for a couple of days and help them move forward. I’ve served my time [as a full-time manager].”
Warnock has admitted that he believes his time in a full-time job is now up, having spent so long in the game, and his current caretaker role is merely to help QPR stay afloat whilst they search for a new boss.
Warnock came into the club to act as a more experienced helper for Chris Ramsey, but the former head coach could not improve results, and he was sacked last week.
In his place, Warnock has taken a short-term role, and many believe that QPR will look at hiring the former boss on a permanent basis as he brings a wealth of experience and a proven promotion record.
However, the 66-year-old sounds keen on remaining in the role he currently has, where he stays in football, but is in a less pressure job.
Despite Warnock’s former success with QPR, he would not be a popular choice should be be hired on a full-time basis.
Thankfully for Rs fans, it appears as if he has no desire to take on managing the Loftus Road club any time soon.