Rangers manager Mark Warburton is taking being linked with taking over as Fulham boss as a compliment, though he is firm that there is no truth to talk the Championship side have made an approach for his services.

Warburton has slammed speculation that he could be set to take over at Craven Cottage and insisted that there has been no approach for his services from the Cottagers, while he is determined to stay at Ibrox.

But the Englishman does accept that managers are only linked with other clubs if they are doing a good job.

And so he is flattered by being linked with Fulham, taking it as evidence of the good work he and his players have been putting in at Ibrox this term.

"It's always flattering to be linked to jobs", he told a press conference.


"You're only linked to a job if you're doing a half-decent job in your current employment.

"You don't lose ten games and get linked to jobs.

"So it's testament to the work of the players and the results they have achieved."

However, having rubbished claims of there being substance to him taking over at Fulham, Warburton thinks the speculation should now firmly end.

"But to carry it any further is both inappropriate and totally incorrect."