Rangers midfielder Nicky Law has told The Scottish Sun that he would love to stay at the club and play in more Old Firm derbies going forward.
Law, 28, joined Rangers from Motherwell on a free transfer back in the summer of 2013, and he has now racked up more than 100 goals and also has 26 goals to his name.
This season, Law has been more of a squad player under Mark Warburton, as the likes of Jason Holt, Andy Halliday and Harry Forrester have taken his role in the Rangers team.
On Sunday, Rangers took on Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final, and shocked the world by beating the Bhoys on penalties to advance into the final.
Law came on as a 66th minute substitute, and served a vital role for Rangers before converting his penalty in the shoot-out, aiding Rangers' remarkable win.
However, question marks surround Law's future at Ibrox, given that his contract expires in the summer. Given his role in the squad this season, few expect the Englishman to stay at Rangers - but it's clear that he wants to.
Law has told The Scottish Sun that, having played in the Old Firm victory, he would love to stay at Rangers and face Celtic on a regular basis in the Scottish Premiership next season, but knows that he will have to wait until the end of the season to learn his future.
"I would love to stay and experience more Old Firm games. Hopefully it will happen," said Law. "It will be the end of the season before anything is decided. That has been the message from the off. We can sit down and discuss things but who wouldn’t want to stay and play in four of those games next season? It would be unbelievable," he added.
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