QPR boss Neil Warnock insists he holds no grudges towards Swansea City manager Paulo Sousa.
Warnock reckons all is forgiven when he glances at the opposite bench on Saturday and sees Sousa trying to put one over the club he is still suing for wrongful dismissal.
The Swansea supremo lost his job at Loftus Road nearly a year ago in controversial circumstances, and the new man in charge was not best pleased by comments from the Portuguese before the 1-0 defeat inflicted on Crystal Palace in February when Warnock was still in south London.
He said: “Paulo didn’t know the facts about the club going into administration – but I like him.
“I also think he did his best in difficult circumstances at QPR, and as I recall he got sent off against me when Palace played Rangers last season.
“But Swansea are a very good, entertaining side and I’m looking forward to the game.”