Rangers winger Billy King has revealed that he will decide his future after the end of the season.

The 21-year-old joined the Gers from Scottish Premiership outfit Heart of Midlothian on a loan deal until the end of the season during the winter transfer window.

King has thus far made seven Scottish Championship appearances for Rangers, scoring once and providing two assists, with his solitary strike coming in the 1-0 win over Falkirk in late January.

And the Scot, whose present employers are on the brink of winning the Scottish Championship, insisted that he is yet to decide whether he will be staying at Ibrox beyond the season.

King went on to add that he will return to Hearts after the end of the season and speak with manager Robbie Neilson before taking a decision on his future.


“I’ve not really thought about that to be honest”, he said in his pre-Raith Rovers press conference, when asked about his future.

“I’m concentrating on Rangers for now, winning the league and doing well until the end of the season.

“I’m taking it day by day, I’m not too busy thinking about the future to be honest.

“At the end of the season, I’ll think about that, I’ll talk to Robbie Neilson and staff and see where I stand.

“But as far as I know, I’ll be going back to Hearts at the end of the season.”

King is a product of Hearts’ youth system and has thus far played 95 games for the club, scoring 14 times and setting up 25 goals.