Harry Redknapp admits he's unsure whether he will remain in charge of QPR next season - even if they get promoted.
The 67-year-old still has 12 months remaining on his contract he signed after replacing Mark Hughes at the helm back in November 2012.
However, former West Ham, Portsmouth, Southampton and Spurs chief Redknapp has refused to give assurances that he will remain at Loftus Road beyond the end of the campaign.
Asked about his future, Redknapp said: “I don’t know. I haven’t spoken about it to be honest. I haven’t thought about it, I swear.
“I’m just concentrating on the next couple of games and then I’ll sit down and have a chat with the chairman and see what he wants to do.
“Whatever they want to do is fine by me. It’ll be up to me in the end I think.
“I’ve got another year left here but I’ll sit down and talk to them and see where we go.
“Let’s see how this week goes, that’s the key for me and then I’ll decide.”