By Amir Mir
Defender Lee Hodson has revealed that he can “worry” about his future at Rangers “at the end of the season”.
The 25-year-old sent a clear message about his future at the club by stating he wants to concentrate on the remaining two matches of the season.
Pedro Caixinha’s side will play second-placed Aberdeen on Wednesday before preparing for their final game of the season away at St Johnstone on Sunday.
Hodson recently suffered an ankle injury and made a return to the side during their 2-1 win against Hearts at the weekend.
When asked about his future and whether he has held talks with his manager, Hodson sent out this straightforward message.
“To be honest, I’m not really thinking about that,” Hodson told the club’s official website “There are two games left of the season and they are the most important things at the moment.
“I’m just concentrating on the games, working hard in training and that is my only focus at the moment. Whatever happens, happens.
“We can worry about it at the end of the season once these games are done. My focus is fully on these last two games of the season.”
Right-back Hodson has not been a regular member under Caixinha or his predecessor, Mark Warburton, who resigned from his post in February.
Over the course of the season, Hodson has played 17 games in all competitions, helping his team secure six clean sheets during those games.
Added to that, he has only played ten Scottish Premiership encounters, starting nine of those games, including playing at left-back against Ian Cathro’s men at the weekend.
It has been a disappointing campaign for the Glasgow club, who have had to settle for third spot following their promotion last summer.
At this moment in time, they are six points behind second-placed Aberdeen and a mammoth 36 points behind their Old Firm rivals, Celtic, who have recorded 100 points for the season.
In other Rangers news, it has been confirmed that the club are on the bring on making a number of signings.