QPR supremo Tony Fernandes hinted he is ready to rebuff any move for star striker Loic Remy.
The French frontman has been strongly linked to Premier League rivals Arsenal and Spurs this summer.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was believed to have been plotting an £8million bid to try and snare Remy from Loftus Road and was confident of sealing the deal.
However, Rangers owner Fernandes has taken to Instagram in an act of defiance to let potential suitors know his star striker won’t be going cheap.
Fernandes posted a picture of the former Newcastle United loanee in his French kit, accompanied by the words: “One of the world class players in QPR.”
A QPR insider last month told Get West London Remy, along with fellow World Cup star Julio Cesar, would report back to west London for pre-season training.
Redknapp is also keen to sign Norwich striker Gary Hooper after missing out on his signature last term.