Rangers manager Mark Warburton has been excellent for Rangers this season, and he has taken to his his personal Twitter account to refute any reports suggesting he will leave Ibrox to take charge of Fulham.
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
Why are such stories are released without any sensible investigation? Rangers fans, Rangers as a club and indeed Fulham deserve better— Mark Warburton (@MarkWarburton9) December 2, 2015
The Scotsman reported at the beginning of this month that Fulham were targeting Warburton as the replacement for Kit Symons, having been impressed by the work he has done with with Rangers and Brentford last season.
He took likely relegation candidates Brentford into the play-offs playing an exciting brand of attacking football, and has carried over this style to Ibrox.
The Gers are currently sitting first in the Scottish Championship, and have lost just one league game all season to a strong Hibs side who sit in second place.
It is no surprise that Warburton has been garnering interest from a club with ambitions to get back into the Premier League, but the manager has refuted such reports as being false, and he has claimed that it is frustrating to read these incorrect stories which link him with leave Rangers every day.
For Warburton, he looks to be entirely focused on remaining at Ibrox for the foreseeable future, and this is great news for Rangers considering just how well he has done since taking over north of the border.