Kilmarnock goalkeeper Cammy Bell has indicated he is ready to sign a new deal at Rugby Park.
The 24-year-old, whose current contract expires at the end of the season, has been locked in talks with Kilmarnock over a new long-term deal.
The likes of Rangers have been linked with a move for Bell, who made his Scotland debut as a substitute against the Faroe Islands in November.
Bell has established himself as No.1 keeper at Killie in the last year after joining the club in 2002 and he is hoping to extend his stay at the Ayrshire outfit.
"We're still in talks but I hope everything will be sorted soon and that there will be a positive announcement in the next week or so," Bell told the Daily Record.
"A few other players will also be out of contract soon and I hope we can keep them."