Mark Hughes remains in charge of QPR despite speculation that he had been sacked.
Rumours started circulating on Twitter that Hughes' 10-month reign at Loftus Road had come to an end.
But Kia Joorabchian, who represents Hughes, told the BBC that the rumours were "not true at all".
QPR also said Hughes remains in charge. He is expected to take charge of training tomorrow.
Hughes today met with QPR chief executive Philip Beard - the man chairman Tony Fernandes sent to fire Neil Warnock - at the club's training ground for talks on the club's short-term future.
– QPR legend Rodney Marsh would give Hughes four matches to save his job.
If I was the owner, I would sit down now and say 'Mark, I am going to give you four games.'
I would say: 'We are in desperate trouble. If we don't improve our league position in four games, I am going to have to make a change.'