Rangers loan winger Billy King has told The Scottish Sun that he isn't sure whether there will be any permanent move from Hearts at the end of the season.
King, 21, was born in Edinburgh and joined Hearts at the age of just ten, coming up through the ranks at Tynecastle before making his first-team debut aged 18.
The wide man enjoyed a dream season last term, hitting nine goals in all competitions, as he helped his boyhood club win promotion back to the top flight of Scottish football.
However, King played more of a bit-part role this term, and in order to play first-team football again, King moved out on loan to Rangers in January.
After a dream debut in which he scored a dramatic last-minute winning goal against Falkirk, King has largely been used as an impact substitute under Mark Warburton, as he learns the intricacies of the Rangers system.
With Martyn Waghorn now injured, King could be given a chance to shine out on the right hand side of Ranger's three-pronged attack - but questions over his future have already arisen after less than a month at Ibrox.
Speaking to The Scottish Sun, King said that he isn't sure whether there is any scope for a permanent move at the end of the season, and is currently focusing on playing rather than sorting out his future before the summer.
"I’m not sure," said King when asked if he wanted a full-time move to Rangers. "As far as I’m aware, I’m just on loan until the end of the season and I’m just taking it day by day, giving it 100 per cent for Rangers and trying to help them win the league," he added.
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