DaMarcus Beasley claims he longer feels the needs to leave Rangers after coming back into favour.
The American winger had previously stated that he would be forced to exit Ibrox in January if he continued to be denied regular first-team opportunities.
With the World Cup at the back of his mind, Beasley knows he must play games in order to impress national coach Bob Bradley.
Showdown talks with Gers boss Walter Smith appear to have done the trick, though, with the 27-year-old currently back in the side.
He has bagged two goals in his last two games after being given a chance to prove his worth and admits he is now more than happy to continue his career in Scotland.
"The gaffer and I had a talk," Beasley said.
"I just needed playing time and he understood that, it was a man-to-man talk. Now he's giving me a chance to play.
"I never wanted to leave the club, I just wanted to play.
"Obviously the World Cup is in the back of my mind but we're not there yet.
"At the moment I'm on the outside looking in so I'm just enjoying playing for Rangers and trying to retain the SPL title."