Rangers captain Lee Wallace has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he fully intends on ending his career with the Scottish giants.
The 28-year-old has been in fine form for the Ibrox club in recent years, and was perhaps a touch unlucky not to have been given a Scotland call-up by Gordon Strachan last week by virtue of his displays this season.
Unperturbed, Wallace is focusing on leading Rangers - who sit 11 points clear of second-placed Falkirk in the Championship - back to the top flight for the first time since the financial meltdown which saw them demoted to the fourth tier back in 2012.
The left-back joined the club in 2011, and Wallace, who has netted 19 goals during his five-year stay, hopes to finish his career there.
“I’m 28 now and would happily finish my career here, that’s something I’ve thought about a lot," he said to the Glasgow Evening Times.
“If I am performing and doing well enough that the manager deems me good enough to stay then great."
Mark Warburton's side can take another very big step toward the Scottish Premiership this afternoon if they negotiate the challenge of Queen of the South at Ibrox.
Rangers go into the encounter somewhat wounded after losing 3-2 at Falkirk eight days ago - after being two goals ahead inside 10 minutes no less