NEIL WARNOCK says he's be up for following Harry Redknapp into the jungle on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.
Former Tottenham manager Redknapp has been a storming success Down Under during his shock appearance on the hit ITV show.
Reuters3 Neil Warnock says he could follow Harry Redknapp into the I'm A Celebrity jungle
Redknapp, 71, has caught the imagination of the public with his efforts in the Bushtucker Trials and keeping the camp amused with his stories.
His impact has led to the Cardiff squad taunting boss Warnock about him being next onto the show – and the 70-year-old thinks he would be an ideal fit.
Warnock said: "I would imagine I'll be in there next year. The lads have put my face on Harry's body on the dressing room window.
"I don't think I'd be scared. But the problem is I'd be doing every horrible thing there could be because I'd get the votes."
Rex Features3 Harry Redknapp has been a huge hit on the hit ITV show filmed in Australia
Reuters3 Warnock insists the Bustucker Trials would not scare him – but he might get voted to take part every time
"It would be payback time. So they'd have to pay me 10 times more than they paid everybody else."
The anecdotes of ex-West Ham and Portsmouth boss Redknapp have left camp-mates and the millions watching in stitches.
And Warnock says his success is down to the dressing room humour he has been used to throughout his career as a player and in the dugout.
The Cardiff manager added: "That's Harry – that's how we are.
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"Football humour in the jungle is a blessing – it's something that lifts everybody.
"We've all got stories, haven't we? I rabble on here every week at a press conference.
"They've got a good group and I'll watch it a bit more now. The ones I didn't like, the ones which I could scream at, have gone now."