Rangers' Emerson Hyndman in action with Celtic's Scott Brown
Rangers loanee Emerson Hyndman seems to have dropped a major hint about where he expects to be playing his football next season, Goal reports.
The Bournemouth midfielder has enjoyed a tremendous spell since arriving at Ibrox during the January transfer window, scoring four times in the Scottish Premiership.
It would hardly be a surprise if Rangers fans were therefore, keen to see Pedro Caixinha seek some kind of extension during the summer rather than let him return to the Vitality Stadium.
Meanwhile, the Sunday Mail suggested earlier this month that Celtic are also keeping an eye on Hyndman's situation after his promising spell with the Gers.
However, the 21-year-old has seemingly hinted that his plans for next season involve trying to make more of an impact for the Cherries rather than move away again.
“That was the goal when I came here, to get playing time and find my form and earn experience to help me in England,” he told Goal. “I know Bournemouth has been keeping tabs on me and I feel good about competing for (playing time) next season.”
The news will certainly be a blow to the Gers if it does turn out that Bournemouth plan to keep hold of him - which seems possible given that Jack Wilshere's loan is unlikely to be extended (via Daily Mirror) - as Hyndman has certainly been impressive since joining the Light Blues.
And having a player of his quality in the middle of the park again next season would have surely boosted their chances of putting more pressure on Celtic.