Kenny Miller has distanced himself from a proposed return to Rangers by claiming he hopes to land a new deal in Canada.
Throughout Miller's time with the Vancouver Whitecaps, a return to British football has been mooted.
Rangers are often reported to be leading the chase for the former Scotland international, having had him on their books on two previous occasions.
A third spell at Ibrox was considered to be a distinct possibility as Miller's current contract is due to expire in June and he is free to talk with interested parties.
The 34-year-old is, however, eager to bring an end to the Rangers rumours and make it clear that his preference would be to remain in the MLS.
He told the Vancouver Sun: "I really feel if I stay fit and healthy, then Plan A will come into effect.
"Obviously it has been made clear to me what I have to do to earn an extension, so that's what I'm going to do.
"I've been (in Vancouver) 18 months and I don't think a month has gone by without those questions (about Rangers) being thrown at me. I don't know what more I can actually do.
"If Carl (Robinson) wants to walk through and offer me a two-year deal right now, I'll sign it right here in front of you."