By Matt Bullin
Rangers ace Clint Hill has revealed his ambition to continue playing following his release by the club.
The 38-year-old signed a one-year deal at Ibrox last summer following his release from QPR.
The experienced centre-back has become a mainstay of the Gers’ defence, however it looks like he will need a new club come the summer as he is set to be released.
Hill confirmed he will leave following the 2-1 win against Hearts on Saturday after failing to receive a new contract offer, and the Ibrox faithful were furious at their club’s decision to let him go.
Joe Garner and Barrie McKay scored either side of the break to hand the Gers back-to-back wins, and consolidate their position in third.
But now the former Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace defender has signalled his intent to continue playing, despite being 38.
Speaking to the Scotsman, Hill said: “I want another year, I want to play somewhere so if anyone is watching and anyone wants an old centre-half, I’m available.”
He has been a regular in the heart of Pedro Caixinha’s defence this season, making 31 appearances in all competitions, scoring six goals.
Hill could play his final ever match at Ibrox on Wednesday night as his side host second-place Aberdeen.
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