Paul Robinson has tipped veteran midfielder Steven Davis to stay at Rangers for another two seasons.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Spurs and England number one said he expects the 36-year-old to play out the rest of his career with the Light Blues and retire a “club legend”.

Davis has been one of Steven Gerrard’s side’s standout performers this season but he is out of contract at the end of May.

Football Insider understands the club are hopeful of the centre-midfielder penning a new one-year deal.

Steven Gerrard described the Norther Ireland international as “priceless” both on and off the field in an interview last month.

When asked by Football Insider if he expected Davis to renew terms at Ibrox, Robinson said: “I could see Steven Davis finishing his career at Rangers.

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“Steven Gerrard has built a fantastic team there and Davis has been a massive part of that. He is playing the best football of his whole career.

“I think we will see Davis sign another year but I would not be surprised if he signs another year after that.

“Rangers will take some beating in the next two or three seasons. He could go on to win two, three or four trophies before ending his career there as a club legend.”

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Davis has made 297 career appearances for the Gers from two stints at the club.

He has played 36 times across all competitions this season, playing an integral role over the festive period in the absence of Scott Arfield and Ryan Jack.

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