Harris 'The pressure is on if I'm being honest'

Last updated : 21 January 2021 By Michael Morris

Cardiff's Neil Harris: "The outside noise and questions marks over my future are something I completely understand but can't control. I will leave that to the powers that be above me and the board. I've shown in my managerial career given time I've been successful. We're not always given time and the pressure is on if I'm being honest because of the expectation of the football club.


"What I can control is picking the players up. Results haven't been good enough, but my professional pride means I want to win and I'll be the first in the building tomorrow."

QPR's Mark Warburton: "I'm really, really pleased. It's a tough place to come. The double save in the first half from our goalkeeper was outstanding. He was reassuring and had presence. That will give the team so much confidence and it's another clean sheet. Neil did a great job to get to the play-offs last year and it's a tough, tough division. You can lose one or two players and get a run of defeats. Neil is a very good manager and he's got a very good squad.

"I've no doubt they will be higher up come the end of the season - he just needs time. It's a commodity managers and coaches are never given, but he needs time."