Rangers winger Sone Aluko has shrugged off speculation linking him with a summer move and hopes he will still be at Ibrox next season.
The 23-year-old is out of contract at the administration-hit side at the end of the campaign and has been linked with a move to Spain or Switzerland.
However, the Nigeria international insists he will not make any rushed decisions over his future and hopes he can stay at the Scottish Premier League club.
He told the Daily Record: "I don't know where people get the stories linking me with other teams because it's laughable.
"I haven't spoken to any other club but I suppose it happens with players at Rangers. Nikica (Jelavic) was linked with a new club every day - it's a sign that you're playing well.
"Everyone wants to sort their future out but it's not something that worries me. Last summer I wanted to get back into football but I stayed calm to ensure I made the right decision.
"I've had a good season here so I won't be panicked into thinking about the summer. Of course, I'd rather be playing SPL football with Rangers next season."
Aluko, who joined the rest of the squad in taking a huge pay cut to save jobs at Rangers after they went into administration, has hit back at cynics who have said Gers' players will come out of the crisis at Ibrox unscathed and find new clubs.
The winger, who joined the club after leaving Aberdeen, added: "Everyone assumes the players will be okay at the end of the season, that we'll get new clubs whatever happens. But that's not the case.
"People outside football just think: 'These guys are on big money, they should take cuts'. But the players have made big sacrifices for the club.
"How many people in their work would take a 75 per cent cut? And it's not easy just to click your fingers and walk into another club."