QPR manager Harry Redknapp has played down speculation linking him with a return to West Ham - even though he is the bookies' favourite to succeed Sam Allardyce.
Hammers owners David Gold and David Sullivan gave the under-fire boss a vote of confidence yesterday, just 24 hours after their 5-0 FA Cup humiliation at Nottingham Forest.
The east Londoners have won just one of their last 13 Premier League games and sit second from bottom of the table.
Redknapp, who played for West Ham and spent seven years in charge at Upton Park between 1994-2001, has been installed as odds-on favourite to replace Allardyce at the helm.
However, the 66-year-old still has 18 months remaining on his contract at Loftus Road and has helped transform the R's into promotion contenders following relegation last season.
He said: "I don't know where they get their stupid odds from. I wouldn't take 33/1!
"They've got a good manager in Sam, so I don't see that happening. I'm very happy managing QPR and lucky to be at such a good club."