Speaking to the official Rangers YouTube channel, Nicky Clark has shared his thoughts on earning a new contract with Rangers at the end of this season.
When asked if he wants a new contract, Clark said: “I’m under contract until the end of the season, so it’s just down to me now to perform until the end of the season and take it from there. I’ve not really thought about it [my future] much, as I’ve just been concentrating of playing.”
Clark, 24, ha been with the Gers since the summer of 2013, but he has been nothing but a back-up member of the first-team squad.
Mark Warburton clearly feels the forward has something to bring to the team, but he is an attacking player who doesn’t score that many goals, and the manager has a wealth of attacking talent he can call upon to provide an offensive threat.
Clark has started only four league games this season, although he has appeared in 16 all together, but has managed just two goals.
Clark’s contract expires at the end of this season, and there are as yet no indications that talks with Warburton are lined up.
It would not be a surprise to see Clark want to leave Ibrox, as he is not playing much, but Rangers are his boyhood team and he could be part of the squad as they return to the Premiership.
He is staying coy on potential talks, and a wish for a new contract, with the forward admitting that he just needs to concentrate on his football until the end of the season, to ensure that the Gers do get back to the top flight.