QPR boss Harry Redknapp believes the club could be stuck with the players that seem destined to get them relegated.
After another defeat last Saturday away to Everton, QPR are looking down at relegation and a swift return to the Championship.
With the wages that are paid to QPR stars such as Christopher Samba there won't be many club able to match these wages, so most of the players may end up staying if they're relegated.
Redknapp told reporters: "They won't go. How are you going to get rid of them? That's your biggest problem. They all have contracts.
"Who is going to pay them what they are earning here? It is not a case of players wanting to leave suddenly.
"I hear that all the time, that they get relegated they want to go because they don't want to play in the Championship.
"But if they f*****g played better they would not be in the Championship so that's a load of cobblers."
QPR's next game will be at home this Saturday against a struggling Stoke City, it'll be an interesting game as both teams will be looking for a win.
The Loftus Road outfit must gain a victory, otherwise they will be one step closer to the Championship.
Stoke City are also in desperate need of points as they too are looking to secure their Premier League status.
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