Glen Kamara has dismissed talk of a move from Rangers.
The 24-year-old has impressed this season and Rangers could make a hefty profit on the international after signing him for just £50,000.
However, talking in Finnish outlet YLE ahead of his country’s crucial Euro qualifier against Lichtenstein, Kamara said the move to Scotland had been good for him and that he wasn’t thinking about anything else except his Rangers career and playing for his country.
“Going up to Scotland’s been good for me, for my career,” Kamara said. “You have everything there, nutrition, the coaches, you’ve got your team-mates, better players who make you better yourself, so it’s been great.
“You know what, I’m a Rangers player until told otherwise, I have no relevance to anything else so I’m focused on Rangers and Finland at the moment.”
Finland currently sit second in Group J in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, although they’re nine points behind leaders Italy who have already qualified.
A win against bottom side Lichtenstein would see Finland qualify for their first major tournament in 80 years.
Rangers fans will be interested observers tonight and we wish Kamara all the luck in the world.
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