Rangers striker Daniel Cousin insists he is happy at Ibrox but admits he could consider a move elsewhere if a 'better offer' was received.
Cousin has been rumoured to be a target of Bolton, who are seeking a replacement for Nicolas Anelka, while Middlesbrough are also thought to be keen to add firepower to their forward line.
And while the £1million summer signing from Lens is adamant that he is content with life at Rangers, Cousin confesses he could be interested in a move elsewhere.
"I've never won any medals in football before and I am keen to change that. That is why I came to Rangers and I am hungry to win silverware here," Cousin told Rangers News.
"I am very happy here but if a better offer came in from somewhere, I would have to consider it. Any footballer would do that.
"Should such a situation arise, I would need to talk to the manager (Walter Smith) and the chairman (Sir David Murray) about it.
"But I am pleased with things as they stand at the moment and I have no problems with staying at Rangers just now, none at all.
"Now I am only looking forward to the challenge ahead. We have some hard games coming up and I am determined we will win them and claim the title."
Cousin, who has scored eight goals for Rangers this season, is also predicting a tight title race in Scotland.
"I could see it coming down to the last day of the season before we know who will win the league but I am hopeful it will be us," added Cousin.
"It is going to be tough over the last few months of the season, but for me it would be really pleasing if Rangers were to become champions in May."