By Will Butcher
Rangers have received a blow in their pursuit of Will Vaulks after the Rotherham midfielder revealed he does not want to leave the New York Stadium.
The Daily Mail claimed earlier this month that the 23-year-old was a £400,000 target for Pedro Caixinha, with English Championship wide Wolves also said to be interested.
However, speaking to The Star, Vaulks revealed that he feels he has unfinished business with the Millers.
“I’m committed to remaining a Rotherham United player. Even if there is interest from other clubs, I feel there is massive unfinished business for me with Rotherham,” Vaulks said.
“I can’t leave on a season like that, even if the option is there. It’s Rotherham United for me next season. I can’t see me being anywhere else.”
Although Rotherham suffered relegation at the foot of the Championship to League One this season, Vaulks provided a rare shining light in the Yorkshire-based side from midfield.
Making a huge 42 league and cup appearances this season, Vaulks proved his worth as well and even found the back of the net on his debut against Wolves.
Vaulks only moved to Rotherham at the start of the season from Scottish side Falkirk, after scoring eight goals and laying on a huge 11 assists in 46 outings for the Championship side.
With a contract in Yorkshire until the summer of 2019, it seems Rangers have a fight on their hands if they are to move for the midfielder.
In other Rangers transfer news, the Gers are also reportedly in the market for this Motherwell star.