QPR boss, Harry Redknapp has laughed off sacking rumours saying that the axe won't swing if his team loses against Manchester United at the weekend.
Redknapp's men currently sit second bottom, two points off the foot of the table and have lost all 10 of their away matches so far this season.
But Redknapp says it would be unfair to hang his job on a meeting with the 20-time champions of England.
"The journalists could have picked an easier game for me," he joked. "No, seriously, I take no notice of that.
"I've got a great relationship with the owner and the shareholders, but if they want to take a change of direction then that's their decision.
"There's nothing I can do about that - whatever they do, they do. There's no point losing sleep.
"I spoke to [chairman] Tony Fernandes yesterday, and all week, and he mentioned nothing of that nature to me."