Rangers striker Daniel Cousin has set his heart on a move to Fulham, according to his agent.
As revealed by skysports.com on Monday Fulham tabled a bid for Cousin as they look to bolster their attacking options.
Rangers are believed to have rejected Fulham's first bid for the Gabon international as they look to keep hold of the forward.
Cousin's agent Willie McKay says the player is keen on a move to Craven Cottage and hopes a deal can be agreed between both clubs.
"Daniel wants to go and it's now up to the two clubs to decide if a fee can be agreed," McKay told the Daily Express
"Walter Smith wants to keep the player but he can leave anyway if a club bids £3million."