Ryan Jack has been at Rangers since 2017.

Ryan Jack of Rangers

Rangers defensive midfielder Ryan Jack has told BT Sport that he wants to stay at Ibrox for a long time.

Jack has been on the books of Rangers since the summer of 2017 when he moved to the Gers after leaving Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen.

Pedro Caixinha was in charge of Rangers at the time, and the 27-year-old has established himself as an important player for the team under manager Steven Gerrard.

Gerrard recently told The Scottish Sun that Rangers want to tie Jack down to a long and improved contract.

The Scotland international has said that he wants to stay at Ibrox for many more years.

Meanwhile, Gerrard has shared what he told his Rangers players at half time during their 4-0 win against St. Johnstone away from home in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday afternoon.

Jack told BT Sport: “To be honest, there’s no news at the minute. The club have recently spoken to my representatives.

“Look, I love my football here. I love playing at this club, and I’d like to stay for many more years to come.”

Gerrard told Rangers’ official website: “We were full of running and full of energy, and I said to the players at half-time that I thought we had more to give.

“I asked them for more in the second half and I certainly got it – I thought the second half performance was on a different level to the first.”

New contract for Ryan Jack?

Jack has been brilliant for Rangers, especially under manager Gerrard, and having him in the team for a few more years is certainly going to make the Gers a very good side in the long run.

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