Rangers manager Mark Warburton has quashed rumours linking him with a move away from Ibrox and reiterated his love for the Gers.

The 53-year-old has been linked with several clubs, however a recent link with Fulham is the most serious to date; but the former Brentford manager insists he is ‘absolutely committed to Rangers.

Warburton signed for the Gers in the summer and has helped the team reach the top of the Scottish Championship.

The Englishman's side have only dropped points twice in the league so far and are three points to the good of second placed Hibernian.

The Ibrox outfit have also made it to the finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup, where they will play Peterhead in the final, which is scheduled to be held in April.


Speaking at a press conference held this afternoon, Warburton was pressed on talk he is wanted at Craven Cottage by Fulham. And he replied: "There's no interest, nothing official, no approach.

"It's just speculation. You're only linked to jobs if you're doing a half-decent job. It's testament to the work of the players, their results.

"I'm the Rangers manager and I've made it very clear that I'm absolutely committed to Rangers."

Warburton went on to categorically deny that he has been approached by Fulham and was visibly upset by the media not paying heed to what he has been saying.

"I've answered the questions four or five times. I can't keep answering them. No one listens to what I'm saying. I'm the Rangers manager, delighted to be here, absolutely committed. I get irked when people don't listen to the message I've sent out.

"It's disrespectful to me, Rangers, to our supporters – who deserve better – and to a club, in this case you're saying Fulham. Categorically, absolutely that's not the case.”

In light of the recent interest, it has been reported by BBC Scotland that the Gers hierarchy are preparing an improved deal to offer to the 53-year-old, to fend of any interest from other clubs.