Queens Park Rangers are rumoured to be interested in Cardiff City boss Dave Jones in their continued search for a manager.
The South Wales Echo has revealed today (Friday) that the former Southampton and Wolverhampton Wanderers boss heads the Rangers hit list as they seek to replace Portuguese legend Paulo Sousa.
Queens Park Rangers have yet to make an approach for the highly-rated Championship boss, but he is believed to be disappointed at the reaction of the Cardiff City supporters following their untimely demise out of the playoffs.
Neil Warnock was believed to be the front-runner for the vacant post but ruled himself out by signing an extension with Crystal Palace last week.
A manager with excellent promotion pedigree, Jones has led Stockport County and Wolverhampton Wanderers to success while keeping Southampton in the Premier League. He has an overall win percentage of 40.2%.
“Jones would be a brilliant appointment”