Redknapp pleased with Levy relations
By Football News
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp insists he has no problem with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.
Redknapp was sacked by Spurs at the end of last season after guiding the White Hart Lane club to fourth place in the Premier League, but the Englishman says he bears no hostility to his former employer.
"If I see Daniel, I'll shake his hand, no problem," Redknapp told reporters. "On the day I started at QPR, the first call I got was from Daniel wishing me luck.
"What's happened has happened and is in the past. He is the chairman, he decided he wanted a change of direction with regard to the manager and that's that.
"I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Spurs but now my focus is to get three points for Rangers when we play them because we are in a lot of trouble at the bottom of the table."
Redknapp, who was linked with the England job before Roy Hodgson took over, is now embroiled in a relegation fight with QPR.
His side meet Spurs at Loftus Road this weekend and Redknapp is eager to take three points in front of QPR's home fans.
He added: "It's business. All I want to do is win the game and then afterwards have a glass of wine with Andre if he fancies one.
"Life does move on. That is football. I have not got a problem with anyone at Tottenham, for sure."