Harry Redknapp: QPR can't sack me NOW.. who would Sky Sports talk to on transfer deadline day? Jan 18, 2015 22:30 By John Cross The Hoops are second-bottom after losing at home to Manchester United but their manager makes light of the possibility he is on the brink of getting the axe the 67-year-old after Saturday's 2-0 loss to Manchester United. QPR chairman Tony Fernandes, who has been abroad since his airline’s disaster in the Far East, will hold further talks with Redknapp this week. Former Spurs boss Tim Sherwood is waiting in the wings to take over. But Redknapp says he has been given assurances that his job is not in danger. With his Hoops second-bottom on 19 points, Redknapp said: “It is up to Tony what he does. I am not going to lose any sleep over it. I am not a 34-year-old manager trying to make my way in the game; I have been around a long time. “I love what I do, I want to continue doing it. I work hard at my job. If Tony decides to make a change, that is up to him. He has not said anything to me. I have spoken to him five or six times. “I spoke to him [after reports appeared he could be sacked] and he said, ‘What a load of rubbish!’ “It must be very difficult for him. It is difficult to drive him mad with football at the moment because he has far more important things happening than football. He does not spend all that much time anyway. “I have never had it before - nobody ever mentioned me getting the sack at Tottenham.