Rangers manager Stuart McCall has told BBC Radio Scotland that he wants to remain in charge of the first team next season.
McCall was appointed the Gers boss in mid-March on a contract which runs out this summer.
The Scot was entrusted with the task of guiding the Glasgow giants to the Scottish Premiership, but he has failed to do so.
Rangers reached the Premiership playoff final, but they lost it 6-1 on aggregate to Motherwell.
McCall, though, believes that he is the right man to take the Gers forward and has highlighted a major reason why he should be handed the job.
“I think we have done a decent job and it just hasn't been good enough,” the former Everton midfielder told BBC Radio Scotland.
"Recruitment is going to be key next season. My past record shows that I can recruit people and get the best out of them. The scouting network is non-existent and a head of recruitment is essential.”
Despite Rangers’ disappointment in the playoff final, it has to be said that McCall has done a good job at Ibrox.
The 50-year-old inherited a squad which was struggling and got the best out of many players over the past two and a half months or so.