Rangers manager Ally McCoist has strongly denied suggestions that he is set to quit the club.
His comments come after reports claimed he was about to leave the club after selling star striker Nikica Jelavic to Everton on transfer deadline day.
The Croatia international had scored 17 goals in 28 appearances for the Scottish Premier League champions, with their next leading scorer, Steven Naismith, sidelined through injury.
The sale came at a crucial time of the season, with Rangers locked in a battle for the title with Celtic, who are just one point above.
McCoist was said to be on the verge of leaving the club after coming out of a meeting with chairman Craig Whyte looking glum.
But he has refuted those claims and insisted that he will not leave Rangers under any circumstances: "Absolutely never.
"There must have been 500 snaps of me leaving Ibrox and about 10 snaps with my face tripping me.
"My face wasn't tripping me. I can assure supporters I wasn't storming out. I'm as committed to doing this job as I've ever been.
"There is no ill feeling between any of us and Nikica He was wonderful here, he's a great lad and he goes with our best wishes.
"We hope he's a success and I'm sure he will be."