Carlos Bocanegra is committed to Rangers but has warned the troubled club he will not take another pay cut.
The USA international, who is in America and preparing for Saturday's friendly against Scotland, was one of several players who agreed to slash their wages in March.
It was a consequence of the Ibrox club going into administration and the future is still not certain amid takeover confusion.
Bocanegra wants to go back to Rangers for next season, however, the defender is not willing to make any more sacrifices.
He said in the Daily Record: "I won't take another pay cut. Hopefully it will all be sorted out.
"That was a big decision for all the players to take. It wasn't just me. Everybody made a sacrifice and losing 10 points for going into administration knocked the wind out of us.
"Obviously you join a club expecting a guaranteed contract. Then you have to change it and that's an unfortunate circumstance.
"That part is frustrating but you have got to get on with it and luckily it was a short time, three months.
"So hopefully it is all sorted by mid-June and we can move forward and put that behind us.
"Apparently a consortium is buying the club so as long as they are not asking us again to take pay cuts I have no reason to want to leave.
"I don't regret coming, because I am really enjoying the club."