Mark Warburton is set to sign a new deal at Queens Park Rangers before the start of the season, according to West London Sport.
The 58-year-old is preparing for his third full campaign at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium having arrived in West London in May 2019.
Warburton, who has won 36 of his 98 games in charge, guided QPR to 13th place in the 2019/20 Championship campaign.
Despite the departures of Ebere Eze, Nahki Wells and Jordan Hugill last summer, though, the R’s finished ninth in the league last season, nine points off the play-offs.
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Warburton will be looking to take his side one further next season after what has been a busy summer window for the club.
And according to West London Sport, Warburton, who is currently on a one-year rolling contract, is set to be given an improved deal at the club before the start of the new season.
Seven new signings have already joined QPR, with the club kicking off their Championship campaign with a home clash against Millwall.
I think Warburton deserves a lot of credit for the job he has done at QPR since being appointed.
It looked set to be a challenging season for the club last term after they lost the likes of Eze and Wells, but he knows how to work under a tight budget and recruit wisely.
They seem to have pulled off some shrewd deals already this summer, and I can see them being dark horses for a top-six finish next term.