David Weir admits he does not know whether Allan McGregor will stick with Rangers in January.
Speculation has suggested that the Gers' goalkeeper could be on the move when the transfer window re-opens in the New Year.
Weir accepts that anything is possible, but insists the Scotland international has given no indication that he is looking to leave.
"January is a long time away first of all and I don't know if Allan would be happy to leave," said the veteran centre-half.
"I think he is quite happy here at the minute. It's a great place to play football, he is playing Champions League football and he is doing as well as he is doing.
"There are a lot of factors to take into consideration and obviously you've got to have someone who wants to take you.
"It's irrelevant until you get to January and find out if someone is interested but we are more than happy to have him here."
Weir has also questioned the one-match ban handed to McGregor by the Scottish Football Association.
The shot-stopper has been retrospectively punished for a kick aimed towards Aberdeen's Chris Maguire.
He will now miss a date with Motherwell on Saturday, but Weir is bemused as to why the suspension was handed out in the first place.
He said: "It's not for me to say what the rules are. To be honest, I don't really know what the rules are.
"I just think, for something like that where Allan has not made any contact, whether there is intent or he has done something silly, fundamentally he's not done anything.
"We have a lad who was injured the previous week because of a bad tackle and he is out for three or four months and there is no punishment there.
"It just seems like there are big discrepancies in how things are. To me, it just doesn't make a lot of sense.
"You would need to ask Allan if he is disappointed but I would be disappointed if I was him, bearing in mind he hasn't made contact with anyone or touched anybody.
"To get suspended for that, in my opinion, is a bit strange."