Carlos Bocanegra wants to remain at Rangers despite enduring a turbulent first season at Ibrox.
The USA captain arrived in Glasgow last summer from St Etienne with high hopes of winning silverware only to find himself plunged into one of the darkest periods in the club's history.
Rangers were forced to go into administration in February and first-team players agreed wage cuts of up to 75 per cent until the end of the season in a bid to avoid widespread redundancies.
The Glasgow giants were also deducted 10 points by the Scottish Premier League and relinquished the championship to rivals Celtic.
However, Bocanegra insists that he is enjoying life in Scotland and does not want to quit cash-strapped Rangers in the summer.
"We will finish the season and see what happens," said the defender. "Hopefully a new buyer comes in.
"I really like it here, I enjoy coming to work every day.
"It's unfortunate what's happened off the field but I want to be a part of this club.
"I'm the same as everybody else and we are hoping a new buyer comes in sooner rather than later.
"It's a tough situation and it's a waiting game. There is a lot unknown right now for everyone.
"Me, personally, what I'm thinking is that I'll wait until the end of the season and hopefully a new buyer will come in, then reassess later in the summer and see what happens.
"But I'd like to stay here because I like it. I'm happy here, I want to be a part of it."
"Actually, when I did come here, I didn't realise how big the club was," Bocanegra further enthused.
"Since I've been here and experienced the games and just been a part of the Rangers brand and seen how big globally it is, it's really opened my eyes to how big this club is in Europe and how much support we have.
"The other side of things have been a little bit difficult but it's just an unfortunate situation."