Michael O’Halloran has admitted that he is unsure what the future holds for him at Rangers when his loan spell at St Johnstone expires in January.
O’Halloran, 26, moved to McDiarmid Park in the summer on a temporary basis but is due to return to Ibrox next month.
The attacker has suggested that talks are due between himself and the club’s hierarchy over where he stands at the Glasgow giants, with the entire situation perhaps changing now that Pedro Caixinha has left.
Caixinha banished O’Halloran from first-team training last season and as a result he was loaned out to St Johnstone in the summer where he has so far scored five goals in 12 appearances across all competitions this season.
Although the Portuguese manager is no longer at Ibrox, the former Scotland Under-21 international is still none the wiser about how his future lies in Glasgow.
“I don’t know what is going to happen after January. I don’t know what the situation is,” he said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“But I am looking forward to the next six or seven games before the break. At the end of the day it’s up to Rangers what happens and I would imagine I will have a say in it myself.
“I will have to wait and see who the new manager is there but I am just enjoying playing football and taking it game by game here.”
O’Halloran has been in great form since returning to McDiarmid Park and won the August player of the month award after firing four goals in four games for St Johnstone.
However he has not found the net in his last six Premiership appearances with a knee injury appearing to have halted his form.
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