Irish goalkeeper could be linking up with his old boss at Elland Road once again according to newspaper reports
The Daily Mirror reports that Warnock is anxious to link up once again with goalkeeper Kenny whom he managed at Bury, Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers. Kenny is entering the final 12 months of his contract at Loftus Road and boss Mark Hughes has deferred negotiations on a new deal until the summer.
The seven times capped Republic of Ireland international was due to begin talks in February but new boss Hughes wants the club's senior players to concentrate on battling relegation for now.
Hughes told West London Sport: “There are a number of players with situations to be resolved but they understand that at this moment in time our focus is on the games coming up.”
Warnock, who was sacked by QPR in early January, took over at Eland Road in February and is targeting promotion next season. The Whites are currently off the pace in the Championship suffering three defeats in their last four games to leave them ranked 11 in the current table.
The veteran boss told the Daily Mirror: ”I have already started with my plans to freshen up the squad. We have almost agreed to sign one of my main targets on May 1.
He added: “That would be a great start. But I think we need quite a few new players."