St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson is focused on recovering from his ligament injury and not worrying about a possible transfer to Rangers.
The 23-year-old was the subject of a recent £150,000 bid from the SPL champions in July but insists the failed bid is not an issue for him going forward.
The midfielder is happy to stay with St Johnstone and is now working as hard as possible to return to action inside the eight weeks he was expected to be on the sidelines.
"The transfer talk was never an issue for me and I had no problem with the club," Davidson told the Perth Advertiser.
"The manager and the chairman rejected the bid from Rangers so I was never really involved. I have no problem with that.
"When I get back from the injury I intend to show why I have been getting linked with a club like Rangers. I have to take it as a compliment that they put in a bid. If anything, it will spur me on.
"It is a grade two medial tear and that usually means being out for up to eight weeks. But I am a quick healer and hope to be back in six."