Dorin Goian insists he is not looking for a way out of Rangers this summer despite the club's ongoing financial uncertainty.
The Romania defender is adamant that he does not want to leave Ibrox and feels he has enjoyed a decent debut season, on the pitch at least.
Goian and the rest of Ally McCoist's squad have clauses in their contracts which allow them to leave at the end of the season for cut-price fees.
"It has been a difficult year for everyone connected with Rangers. But despite those problems, it was also nice for me," Goian said.
"I want to stay. I have a contract for another two years and want to play for Rangers."