Steven Davis has shrugged off claims he could leave Rangers at the end of this season with his contract set to expire at Ibrox.
The Northern Ireland international is on the verge of his fourth Scottish Premiership title in Glasgow and could secure that this weekend if results go our way.
Davis admitted he wants to continue his career and will enter contract discussions once the title is in the bag for his side.
Speaking to the Daily Record ahead of the clash with St Mirren tomorrow, Davis made it very clear he would love to stay at Ibrox past this season.
“I don’t see myself finishing up at the end of the season,” he said.
“My approach has been the same as the clubs, trying to concentrate on the football first and foremost and try to get ourselves into a position first.
“I’ve got a very open relationship with the gaffer and Ross [Wilson] at the club. We’re always talking about different scenarios so I’m not under any pressure or worried about the situation moving forward.”
Steven Gerrard will be desperate to tie down the future of his main midfielder, who has proved his fitness this season.
Not many will have been expected the 36-year-old to have featured as much as he has, but the injuries to the likes of Ryan Jack and the lack of ability from Bongani Zungu forced Gerrard’s hand.
Davis has featured 28 times, starting 22 of those, and has been an integral cog of this charge towards 55 ahead of Celtic this season.
Along with Leon Balogun, the Gers could be set for a busy few months of contract talks after the title is sealed, although we aren’t predicting them to be tough given our serious success.
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