Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock will meet with the club's administrator on Thursday morning to discuss his future.
Warnock has this week admitted his position is uncertain after the Eagles went into administration and were deducted 10 points, plunging them into the relegation scrap.
"I'm not going to comment on what he's (administrator Brendan Guilfoyle) said. I'll be speaking to him on Thursday morning," said Warnock. "Until I speak to him then I haven't got a clue about that."
Mega-rich west Londoners QPR are apparently casting admiring glances in Warnock's direction, and the 61-year-old could be forgiven for deciding the grass is greener on the other side of the Thames.
Reading's 3-1 win at Selhurst Park left the Eagles outside the bottom three on goal difference alone.
Warnock once again refused to comment on speculation linking him with a move, but his position should become clearer after talks with Guilfoyle, who has said he will resist any offer for the manager.
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