Martin joined Rangers on loan in January and has made eight appearances for Graeme Murty's Ibrox outfit.
Russell Martin is keen to stay at Ibrox beyond the end of his loan spell, although not all Rangers fans are sure they want him to.
Martin moved to Rangers from Norwich City in January, and has appeared in all but one of Graeme Murty's side's nine Premiership fixtures since then - winning six.
The jury, however, remains out on the Scotland international, who has failed to shore up a defence which has conceded the most goals of all the league's top four clubs.
Here's what Rangers fans are saying on Twitter about Martin's comments, which appeared on the Daily Mail's website overnight...
I said at the time Russell Martin was a bit of a ‘meehhhh’ signing but I thought he’d be good enough for Scottish football. I’m not sure he is.— BMC Rangers Rants (@BMCRangersRants) 19 March 2018
Good to see Russell Martin saying he wants to stay next season.— Graham Dorrans Loyal (@WatpLoyal) 19 March 2018
Would be happy enough to keep him and Batesy and add 1/2 CB’s.
Lose Alves and Cardoso.
I'm not convinced by Martin. Might be ok as a squad player, but we should be looking for two new centre halfs in the summer.— TomForsythsBigToe (@nrpsimpson) 19 March 2018
Guy cannae get a game with Norwich or Scotland but he’s good enough for Rangers now? Not for me— Alan Patrick (@A_Patrick85) 19 March 2018
Why are we settling for Martin he is rank rotten at fault for so many goals in our games he’s played— Callum Lindsay (@callum1488) 19 March 2018
I love Russell Martin.— CJ (@Cjnovo992) 18 March 2018
Will be outstanding next season with mccrorie fully fit and a preseason behind them both pic.twitter.com/O2P8A7ZdaX
I'd keep Holt and Martin.— Tresca (@Tresca101) 19 March 2018
We really need to sell Herrera, Alves, Hodson, Rossiter, O’Halloran, Cardoso & Forrester this summer but I’d also wouldn’t sign Martin or Goss permanent #WATP— @ndr£w (@SponsorBreakRFC) 18 March 2018
Martin has one year left on his contract at Norwich, whom he captained for a number of years.
However, the 32-year-old had found himself frozen out by new boss Daniel Farke, and looks likely to move on this summer regardless of whether or not Rangers opt to pursue a permanent contract.
Should Rangers try to keep the Norwich City defender at Ibrox next season?