Rangers midfielder Harry Forrester has told the Glasgow Evening Times that there have been no talks about a new contract with the club yet.
Forrester, 25, had been frozen out at former club Doncaster Rovers, but was rescued from his hell under Darren Ferguson, as Mark Warburton swooped to work with him again.
The Rangers boss had worked with Forrester at Watford and Brentford, and landed him in January on a six-month contract, giving the former Aston Villa youngster a chance to prove himself at Ibrox.
After a slow start, Forrester has suddenly come to life in Glasgow, hitting three goals in his last three games, having taken up a much more prominent role since Martyn Waghorn's knee injury.
Forrester is likely to play a key role in tonight's game against Morton, and after some outstanding recent form, the questions surrounding his contract are starting to be asked.
The Glasgow Evening Times have quizzed Forrester about whether talks over a contract extension have started, given that he becomes a free agent this summer, but the midfielder says there have been no discussions with the Ibrox hierarchy just yet.
He did though admit that he wants to stay with Rangers, and is taking his Ibrox career game-by-game and seeing where it goes come the end of the season.
"No, there has been no conversation yet," said Forrester. "I have just got myself into the team and getting back to the levels I feel I should be at. I have not played a great deal of football this season so I am just happy playing football. I love playing at Ibrox, the fans have warmed to me in the last couple of weeks and I am enjoying every moment of it."
"I want to stay for longer. It is not up to me, it is up to the football club. In my first six months here, if I could win the league, play in an Old Firm game and see where we go, there are not many better starts. We will see what happens at the end of the season. I am just focusing on the next game. I have just started getting in the team so that is what I want to continue to do," he added.
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