Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic has confirmed he is happy with life in Glasgow and plans to stay at Ibrox for at least one more season.
The Croatia international had been linked with a move away from the SPL champions despite only joining Gers last summer in a £4million move from Rapid Vienna.
The 25-year-old's prolific displays have seen him tipped to head for pastures new in the summer, with a move to Manchester United mooted in some quarters.
But Jelavic is eager to build on last season's success when Rangers held off the challenge of Celtic and claimed the title for the third year in succession.
He told the Daily Record: "There is no rush for me to go anywhere as I am only 25 years old.
"Next season the least I want is to repeat the success from last season.
"There is plenty for me in Glasgow and I am very happy.
"It was super the way I was accepted by the club, as well as fans, and I will stay at least one more year."