'Something will happen' - Murty favourite speaks out about possible Rangers transfer exit
Rangers defender Danny Wilson has said that he is desperate to remain with the club beyond the end of his current contract which is set to expire in the summer.
The 26-year-old centre back, who is a graduate of the club’s youth system, has already left Ibrox once before, joining English giants Liverpool in 2010.
Having made just nine senior appearances for the Reds, as well as loan spells with Blackpool, Bristol City and Hearts, he returned north of the border to join the Scottish side, before returning to his boyhood club five years after he left.
Now, with just six months left on his contract, Wilson, who has established himself as a favourite under current boss Graeme Murty, has spoken out about the possibility of a transfer exit, insisting he wants to remain with the light blues rather than leaving again.
He told the Scottish Sun: “I really want to stay at Rangers.
“I’m in the last six months of my contract now so something will happen one way or another.
“It’s a discussion that will hopefully be had in the near future. In the meantime I just need to do the best I can for the rest of the season.
“Hopefully it’ll take care of itself and I’ll not have to worry about it. We haven’t spoken about it too much as yet so I’ll never take anything for granted.”
Wilson has a total of 108 appearances for the club under his belt, including 15 outings this season, while he has also received five caps for Scotland.
He has started each of the Gers’ last 12 matches, after having been benched or left out completely for all but three of the club’s games prior to Pedro Caixinha’s departure in October.
In other Rangers transfer news, the club are eyeing up an international swoop to replace the summer signing they plan to bin this month.