Rangers winger Sone Aluko insists he has no regrets about joining the troubled Scottish giants.
The former Aberdeen winger signed for the Gers earlier this season after a trial spell and, when he put pen-to-paper in November, they were firmly on track for their fourth title in succession.
However, events on the park have been overshadowed by off-field problems since and they were plunged into administration on February 14 and docked 10 points by the SPL.
While Celtic celebrated winning the title on Saturday, a huge question mark still remains over the future of Rangers, with liquidation not yet ruled out at this stage.
But, as far as Aluko is concerned, he has no regrets about signing, saying: "Of course not, never. I don't regret things in life generally but the decision to come to Rangers, for me, was a very good decision - one of my best footballing decisions.
"You don't come here and just expect to win things, other teams are not going to roll over and let you win things.
"But Rangers will go on and I'm sure we will win more matches in the future."
Aluko signed initially until the end of the season, with an option of a further two years, and has already been linked with Spanish club Rayo Vallecano following a string of impressive performances.
On his Ibrox future, he said: "We will see at the end of the season. I wouldn't like to say yes or no or whatever because we can't tell the future.
"When it comes to that point, I'll sit down and talk to them and decide my next step."