Recently sacked Southampton manager Nathan Jones has emerged as one of the contenders for the job at QPR.
Jones started his coaching career at Brighton in 2013, serving as an assistant manager to the likes of Oscar Garcia, Sami Hyypia and Chris Hughton, before being demoted to first-team coach by the latter.
As a manager, the majority of Jones’ success has been with Luton Town, having earned promotion from League Two with the Hatters in 2016/17 via a second-place finish. He also laid down the foundations for Luton in 2018/19, leaving them second in League One in January before taking the Stoke City job where he won just six of his 38 games in charge.
Jones made a shock return to Luton and turned their Championship fortunes on their head, having helped them survive from what looked like an impossible situation towards the end of 2019/20 season, before overseeing their qualification for the play-offs last season.
The Welshman will be keen to bounce back having lost his job at Southampton on 12th February following five wins and nine losses in 14 games, with four of his victories being in cup competitions.
QPR are priced at 4/1 to appoint Jones as their next manager.