Rangers attacking midfielder Harry Forrester has told The Scottish Herald that he is keen to secure a long-term deal with the club.
Forrester, 25, had fallen down the pecking order with English League One club Doncaster Rovers, but was rescued by his former boss Mark Warburton at Rangers.
Having worked with Warburton at Watford and Brentford, Forrester reunited with the Rangers manager in January, penning a deal until the end of the season, as the Gers looked to see what Forrester could offer after little first-team football.
After a slow start to life at Ibrox, Forrester now appears to be fit and firing on all cylinders, and scored his fourth goal in his last six appearances with the opener in Saturday's 4-3 home win over Queen of the South.
That victory took Rangers one step closer to promotion to the Scottish Premiership, but whether Forrester will be there with them is another matter entirely.
The former Aston Villa youngster is out of contract this summer, and fans are already calling for Warburton and the Gers to extend his contract as soon as possible - prompting questions from the media towards Forrester himself.
Forrester has now told The Scottish Herald that he would love to stay at Rangers long-term and is enjoying life at Ibrox, but is ultimately leaving his future in the hands of his representatives - though given his history with Warburton and his recent form, Forrester has a great chance of earning a new deal.
"Of course (I’d be happy to speak to them about that)," said Forrester. "From day one, that’s been my aim. I won’t get too involved in that – I’ll let my representatives do that with the gaffer and the club and see if we can agree something."
"At the moment I’m just concentrating on playing as it’s been a long time since I played this number of games so I’m just enjoying it. I love playing at Ibrox. I’d love to stay here for next year. Like I say, it’s not up to me – we’ll sort it out and will go from there," he added.
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