Even though his side have been relegated from the English Premiership and a host of players are likely to leave the club, Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp says the club will get their money’s worth when and if they sell players.
Harry Redknapp insists QPR will not be held to ransom for their star players following relegation to the Premier League.
A 0-0 draw at Reading last Sunday meant both sides dropped out of the top flight and talk has swiftly turned to the ramifications for Redknapp's squad.
The former Tottenham boss admits the likes of goalkeeper Julio Cesar and striker Loic Remy will be in demand, but insisted the club will get their value’s worth for whoever leaves the club.
"We are not in trouble because Tony (Fernandes) and the other owners have said we aren't going to panic and give people away cheap," said Redknapp.
"If someone wants to take a player they are going to have to pay the money we think he is worth or he will stay here.
"The goalkeeper (Cesar) is a top, top goalkeeper who wants to play in the World Cup for Brazil but if Real Madrid or someone come in for him we want his value for him, we are not going to give him away. (Loic) Remy for sure, people will be interested in him.
"We would like to keep Chris Samba here for another year if we can to try and get us out of the league, but if someone wants Chris Samba and he decides he doesn't want to stay, you want your money for him or he stays here.
"I don't know who is looking for the exit too much because I don't know where they are going to exit to."