The midfielder is on the radar of a number of clubs, including Tottenham, but it appears that they newly promoted Premier League club have been officially in contact with the Hammers. However, Rangers' effort was in vain as they failed to meet the Hammers' asking price, confirms Allardyce. "It (the bid) was not accepted by the chairman, it's as simple as that," the West Ham boss told Sky Sports News on Friday when probed on an official offer from QPR. With the Hoops being taken over by Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes, there is a possibility that manager Neil Warnock would come calling once again. And Allardyce is prepared for that and explained: "Yes, possibly (they could make an improved offer). "It depends on how much money has been made available to Neil (Warnock) regarding his transfer fund or transfer kitty and where he wants to spend that. "They set their own evaluation (for Parker), we set our own evaluations. It's not what we want (to sell Parker), but like any other transfer you negotiate until a point where you get to make a deal or you move on and look for another one."