Vignal wants Gers stay

Loading Market ...

Football Betting

Up To £30 Free Matched Bet

Gregory Vignal has urged Liverpool to sell him to Rangers, despite interest from Auxerre boss Guy Roux.

Vignal is on an extended loan at Ibrox, but would be delighted to seal a permanent move to the club after settling in Scotland.

"I am very happy in Glasgow. I live in a nice village and my wife and baby also enjoy living here," Vignal told Rangers' official website.

"If Rangers come to me with a good contract then I would be happy to sign. I've told the manager I love it here but I have to wait and see what the club want to do.

"I still have one year left on my contract with Liverpool and when my agent speaks to them this week I hope they can make a decision about what they want me to do.

"By coming here to Rangers I have proved I can play for a big club and now I want to sign a long term deal.

"I am still only 23 and I have a lot of football left in me. I know there are a few other teams watching me but I have always said that I will wait to see what Martin Bain has to offer before I do anything."

With Marseille's interest in the player seemingly on the wane, Auxerre boss Guy Roux has been linked with Vignal in the French press.