Rangers midfielder Kevin Thomson hopes to stay at Ibrox despite the financial uncertainty at the club.
The Scottish champions are actively seeking a new owner and have been placed on the official Takeover Panel list.
Rangers boss Walter Smith has warned a number of players and staff may be forced to move on if the club do not find a new owner and reduce their debts.
Thomson, who joined Rangers from Hibernian in January 2007, insists he does not want to be sacrificed to ease the club's financial worries as he is happy with life in Glasgow.
"Players move on, new ones come in, managers move on and coaching staff move on," Thomson told the Daily Record.
"That is just part and parcel of the game. We have a great boss and a great set of boys. None of us are going anywhere in the near future.
"The transfer window is a few weeks away yet. We look forward to moving on as we have been doing and putting in the performances on the park.
"Being asked to leave is one of the bridges you might have to cross when that time comes. At the moment I don't want to go anywhere.
"I am happy at Rangers. My performances could be a lot better but I have been out for a long time and I am enjoying my football."