The former Brentford boss took to Twitter to confirm that he would not be leaving the Ibrox club.
The 53-year-old became the first Englishman to manage at Ibrox after leaving Championship side Brentford at the end of last season. And despite being with the Gers for only a matter of months, it appears that several sides have attempted to bring him back to the English game.
Both bemused and frustrated by shockingly incorrect stories from certain media outlets. I am going nowhere and no club has approached me— Mark Warburton (@MarkWarburton9) December 2, 2015
Such stories are incorrect and disrespectful to me, to Rangers and to the supposed interested party which in this case is Fulham. Appalling— Mark Warburton (@MarkWarburton9) December 2, 2015
The news that five clubs have reportedly offered Warburton a job since he took over at Ibrox, highlights just how good a job he has done.
Rangers are in a strong position to finally return to the Premiership. The club sit top of the Scottish Championship, three points clear of Hibernian, having lost just once all season. Their victory over St Mirren last week also booked their place in the Challenge Cup final.
If Warburton builds upon the club's fine start to the season, then it seems likely that he will have several more offers coming his way in the near future.