Rangers are preparing to offer Mark Warburton an improved package to ensure he snubs interest from Fulham to remain at Ibrox.

Fulham are interested in tempting Warburton, who was in charge at Brentford last season, back to London to take the reins at Craven Cottage.

But Rangers are determined to fight the Cottagers and do all they can to keep hold of the Englishman.

That will, according to BBC Scotland, include handing Warburton an improved package to make sure he stays north of the border.

Last night Warburton blasted reports he is set to join Fulham and insisted he has not been approached by the Championship side.


But his work at Ibrox is not going unnoticed and Fulham are the fifth club to target the Rangers boss, who has led the Gers to the top of the Scottish Championship table in some style.

Rangers thrashed Dumbarton on Tuesday night to open up a three-point lead over Hibernian and are next in action this weekend when they take on Ray McKinnon's Raith Rovers.