Rangers boss Walter Smith admits he is unsure if Daniel Cousin will be staying at Ibrox.
Cousin made a surprise return to the starting line-up for Sunday's Old Firm derby with Celtic and he justified his manager's selection by opening the scoring at Parkhead in the 4-2 victory before later being sent off.
The Gabon international was expected to leave Rangers over the summer, but as yet there have been no offers for the big forward.
Smith says he has no plans to offload Cousin and that if the player can perform like he did against Celtic on a regular basis he will remain in his plans.
"We thought about playing him during the week," said Smith.
"We have a number of strikers and we have been playing them at different times.
Not going anywhere"He's not going anywhere as far as I know, I haven't had any enquiries for any of our players and if he plays the way he played against Celtic then we will obviously be delighted.
"He has been inconsistent but in the bigger games he has been more of a threat for us and he showed that he has good strength, good pace and he can get a goal."