QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has poured cold water on speculation that manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink might be replaced by Tony Pulis.
Media reports have suggested that Pulis could be offered the opportunity to take over at the Championship outfit if he leaves West Brom.
Pulis' future with the Baggies has come under scrutiny in recent weeks and the 58-year-old Welshman was seen sitting next to Ferdinand during QPR's 6-0 home defeat to Newcastle on Tuesday.
However, Ferdinand has warned against reading anything into that, and insists Rangers are not looking to replace Hasselbaink.
Ferdinand said: "Tony Pulis came to the game the other night, which is a normal thing for a manager to do when his team aren't playing. I saw him and sat next to him. That's it.
"The result on Tuesday was obviously unacceptable but I can categorically say we are not looking to change manager and are not considering anyone else."
QPR slumped to 14th in the Championship following their thrashing at the hands of Newcastle - the Hoops' heaviest-ever home league defeat.
QPR have signed Anderlecht striker Idrissa Sylla for an undisclosed fee.
The 25-year-old, a Guinea international, has joined Rangers on a three-year deal and becomes boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's sixth summer signing.
Hasselbaink told the club's official website: "This is very good business for the club. He is very good in the air, and scores quite a lot of goals with his head. He is technically very good, and we feel he will add to the squad.
"We also feel there is a lot of improvement in him. He can get better and stronger."
Sylla added: "This is a very exciting move for me. I have always dreamt about playing football in England and the opportunity to join QPR was something that really appealed to me. I am pleased to be here and can't wait to get started."
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