Dundee United winger Craig Conway admits he is unsure of his long-term future at Tannadice.
Rangers reportedly failed in a deadline day swoop for Conway after offering Andy Webster in a proposed swap deal.
Conway's future at United has been the subject of speculation for some time with Middlesbrough having a bid turned down last summer, and with his contract due to expire in the summer he admits he does not know where his future lies.
"I took it (the Rangers bid) with a pinch of salt," Conway told the Dundee Courier. "I've learned my lesson from the past. I heard about it towards the end of the window but I haven't thought much about it since.
"The way I see it, I'm happy playing my football here and if anything happens it's out of my control. It's great to be linked with these big clubs but the only thing that I can control is taking care of things on the park. That's what I'll continue to do.
"When I first heard about Middlesbrough I probably got a wee bit distracted. I knew about it way before the cup final. I don't feel it affected my play though, and I started the season well before I got injured.
"I'm out of contract in the summer and I don't know what will happen. There are a few boys in the same boat and none of us are speaking about it in the dressing room."