Rangers defender James Tavernier has taken to social networking site Twitter to make it clear that he is not going to leave Ibrox in the January transfer window.
According to The Daily Mail, Sunderland and Reading in the Championship in England are interested in signing Tavernier from Rangers this month.
The report also claimed that the 26-year-old former Leeds United and Newcastle United prospect is open to a return to England.
Tavernier joined Rangers from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2015 for a transfer fee reported by The Daily Mail to be worth £200,000 and when Mark Warburton was the Gers manager.
The former Newcastle defender has developed himself as a key player for Rangers and is the first-choice right-back at the Gers.
Tavernier has taken to Twitter to make it clear that he has no plan to leave Rangers in the January transfer window.
Rangers fans have responded to the message from the right-back and want him to sign a new contract with the Scottish Premiership club.
You signing A new contract Tav? Wonderful news if true!— Calum Watt (@cw1873) January 20, 2018
Prove it and get a new contract signed— St.Rochs 2004's (@StRochs04) January 20, 2018
Not going to lie........this is HUGE news for the club.— Thelionbrand (@thelionbrand) January 19, 2018
We can’t build a team if we let the blue Cafu leave.
A happy player off the park reaps the rewards on it. Good choice Tav
New contract for you and Josh next please Rangers.....
Great News— Graham Kennedy (@Grahamkennedy81) January 20, 2018
Now tell us you are signing contract extension that includes larger pockets in shorts to help keep Sinclair in pic.twitter.com/pXllkeVTv3
You can see your settled here in your performances absolutely brilliant what a player u are big tavo— Joker Hardie (@JhHardie) January 19, 2018
Are you signing a new contract James?Never been a player so don’t know the thought process but surely not all about money?Maybe make more down south but surely the draw of big club, 51,000 fans every week, hero to tens of thousand more with chance to win things an play in Europe— Andy The Photo Dr (@andythephotoDr) January 19, 2018