Steven Davis says he is prepared to consider a permanent move to Rangers at the end of the season.
The Northern Ireland international joined the SPL leaders on loan from Fulham in January and has impressed during his time at Ibrox.
Gers boss Walter Smith has expressed a wish to make the deal permanent, but reports have suggested Blackburn Rovers are keen on Davis.
The former Aston Villa midfielder does not appear to see a future for himself at Fulham and will weigh up his options in the summer.
Glad to join
"Once the season finishes I will go away, have a break and hopefully sort out my future after that," said Davis.
"What I can say is that I will listen to Rangers first. If they are an option then it's something I will consider.
"I don't know why Fulham let me go when they did.
"Before I came here I'd started almost every league game, but then there was a change in manager.
"I was out of the team and when I heard of Rangers' interest in me I went to see the new boss. I didn't think he would agree to the move, but he did and I'm so glad I came.
"I've been able to add to the quality that was already here and things have worked out well."