Rangers chief executive Martin Bain is hopeful that Kenny Miller will sign a new contract at the club.
The 30-year-old Scotland international is out of contract at the end of the season and the Gers are trying persuade him to extend his stay at Ibrox.
Miller has so far rejected two contract offers from the club, but Bain remains hopeful.
"Kenny Miller is a player who we want to stay at the football club first and foremost," said Bain.
"His representatives had some discussions with me some weeks ago, I made them an offer and they didn't like the offer I made.
"I made them a second offer and they didn't like that one either. I'm going through a process of discussion with them.
"Kenny is a good boy, a sensible lad, and his representatives are also good to deal with as well.
"I'm hopeful that we can come to some sort of agreement with Kenny. I know Walter [Smith] is keen that I do something because the player is on fire at the moment."
Miller is in his second stint with Rangers and has played over 100 games for the club, scoring more than 50 goals.