Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has vowed to stay at the struggling Premier League side.
Some fans have criticised Fernandes after a series of embarrassing defeats, hitting out at their recent signings, despite the level of investment the Malaysian businessman has put into the club.
Fernandes suggested on Sunday that he would relinquish ownership of the west London side should he fail to fix the problems that have seen them plummet to the foot of the table, but he insisted on Monday that he would stay at the club regardless of their fate.
Fernandes tweeted: "Fantastic response from QPR fans. Good chat with Harry. I'm a fighter so if fans want me to stay I stay whatever happens. End of subject. Thank you all."
QPR boss Harry Redknapp added: "It would be a big blow for this club if he ever left. I'm not just saying that because he's the chairman."
"He's trying harder than anyone to put right what's gone wrong.
"His heart is in the right place and he loves the club. They (the fans) are fortunate to have a chairman like him."
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