Striker David Healy insists he has no plans to quit Rangers in the January transfer window just one year after sealing his dream move.
The Northern Ireland international has made just six appearances for the defending SPL champions this season to lead to speculation he could leave Ibrox.
But Healy, who moved to Scotland from Doncaster in January 2011, scored in Monday's 3-0 win over Motherwell and is happy to stay with Rangers and fight for a place.
He admits his frustration at a fringe role boiled over when he clattered James Forrest in last week's Old Firm derby, however, he is now fully focused.
Healy said in the Daily Record: "It took me 15 years to get to this club and I'm not going to walk out now.
"Hopefully this will kickstart things for me. You always have something to prove when you're a striker and it has been frustrating training all week then not getting a game on the Saturday.
"I've been chomping at the bit to get on but I think I chomped a bit too much when I came on as a sub at Celtic Park.
"That's why I slightly caught James Forrest with my first challenge. That was probably a sign of frustration."
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