Rangers may have continued their winning form on Saturday with their convincing win against Heart of Midlothian, however, Steven Gerrard’s side are still a little short of quality in the summer.
The Light Blues managed to make a number of acquisitions over the past two transfer windows, on both permanent and temporary deals, and it appears one of those that fall in the latter category is keen to extend his stay at Ibrox beyond the summer.
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According to a report by Sky Sports, Steven Davis has admitted that he wants to remain at Rangers permanently and has revealed conversations have already been held.
“We have had conversations and that’s obviously something we will look to do. I am just concentrating on the games at the minute but I would like to be here,” he said.
“I feel I have got a big part to play, I feel I can bring a lot to the team. I feel we have a hungry group of players who have a real desire to start bringing trophies back to the club. There’s been a lot of good work and good progress done this season and we need to try and take that to another level next year.”
Davis has recently fought his way back into the team at Ibrox and has put in a couple of solid performances for Rangers. He has plenty still to give and he certainly has the quality to make a difference in the side, which would make the idea of turning his loan spell into a permanent stay something the club should look to do at all costs.
The veteran Northern Ireland international has been utilised in a deep-lying midfield role and has certainly made an impression in that position for the Gers.
The 34-year-old knows what being a Light Blue is all about and the vast amount of experience he has gained during his career is something that Gerrard should definitely look to tap into and look for his younger squad members to develop from.
Scott Arfield has attracted plenty of unwanted interest and Lassana Coulibaly looks likely to head back to Angers in the summer once his loan deal comes to an end after a poor second half of the season, so keeping Davis at Ibrox might just be a sensible thing for Rangers to do.
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