Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn has expressed how happy he is at the club, and indicated he wishes to remain in Glasgow.
Waghorn has scored 25 goals this season for the Gers, including a hat-trick at the weekend, and is proving a shrewd addition from Wigan Athletic.
Unsurprisingly the former England under-21 international's form has attracted interest back down south, with The Times reporting this week that Sheffield Wednesday and Reading are both interested in his services.
Rangers would be reluctant to sell, especially mid-season, and it appears Waghorn is very content where he is.
In England Waghorn failed to settle at a club or find the sort of form he has done for Rangers this season, where he could even surpass the 40 goal mark.
With promotion to play for, and then the challenge of re-establishing the club in the top flight, there is plenty of reason for the striker to stick around too beyond just personal glory.