Redknapp has revealed he would be open to a second year at St Andrews, if the circumstances were right.
The 70-year-old has verbally agreed to take the reigns for next season and is expected to sign tomorrow (Friday). However, we could see him stay longer…
Writing in his column for the London Evening Standard, Harry outlined a second year would be possible and intends for things to be very different for the new 2017/18 campaign.
“As you know, I’ve agreed a deal to manage Birmingham next season,” Redknapp wrote.
“If things are going well around Christmas time, and the owners are happy with how things are progressing, I’m sure there’s a chance we could sit down and look to sort out a second year.
“There is a lot to do between now and then, but I am open to longer if the circumstances are right.
Harry then went on to say the buzz of Sunday has tempted him.
“My family realise it is what I enjoy doing and they support me. It can be stressful, of course, but the buzz of Sunday gave me a taste for it again.”
There has already been talk of him bringing in at least 5/6 free transfers to the club, with funds also available.