Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has invited the club to offer him a new deal.
The 24-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season and as yet no talks have taken place over an extension.
McGregor is highly-rated and he impressed when he was given a run in the side earlier this season.
The custodian picked up the Bank of Scotland Player of the Month award for September, but was controversially dropped for Lionel Letizi for the recent defeat at home to Inverness.
Paul Le Guen's decision to leave out McGregor fuelled speculation about the keeper's long-term future at Rangers, but the player's agent Willie McKay insists McGregor will consider any offer from the Glasgow giants to extend his stay at Ibrox.
"The ball is in Rangers' court," McKay told Record PM.
"Allan is a Rangers fan and I think he would consider staying if he was made a suitable offer."