Harry Forrester has admitted that although he wants to stay at Rangers beyond the end of the season, he will not get too involved with contract talks.

The 25-year-old, who scored in the 4-3 win over Queen of the South in a league game at the weekend, joined the Gers from Doncaster Rovers on an initial six-month deal during the January transfer window.

Forrester has thus far amassed 13 appearances in all competitions for Rangers, scoring four times, with three of those coming in the Scottish Championship.

And the Englishman, who was sparingly used by Doncaster Rovers in the present campaign, explained that he is enjoying getting a run in the Rangers team.

“Of course [I’d be happy to speak to them about that]”, Forrester was quoted as saying by the Herald Scotland.


“From day one, that’s been my aim. I won’t get too involved in that – I’ll let my representatives do that with the gaffer and the club and see if we can agree something.

“At the moment I’m just concentrating on playing as it’s been a long time since I played this number of games so I’m just enjoying it.

“I love playing at Ibrox. I’d love to stay here for next year. Like I say, it’s not up to me – we’ll sort it out and will go from there.”

Forrester, who is a product of Aston Villa’s youth system, clocked up just 507 minutes over nine games in all competitions for Doncaster Rovers this season, scoring once.

He also counts Kilmarnock and Brentford amongst his former employers.