Rangers midfielder Carlos Pena has revealed that he is not ready to turn his back on the game and is open to staying at Ibrox.

Pena returned to Rangers after his loan spell with Necaxa came to an end in January, but has had a troubled time in recent years.

The Mexican has had off the field issues, which have affected his performances on the pitch.

The 28-year old is still working towards being in top shape, and has revealed that he has offers from clubs in Mexico, but is not ruling out staying at Rangers.

"I want to continue playing football, I am only 28 and I want another chance”, Pena was quoted as saying by the Daily Record.

"Whether that is with Rangers or in Turkey or Poland I don't know. I have until January 31 to make my mind up.

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"There are clubs in Mexico who are interested in me – Correcaminos UAT and Dorados de Sinaloa.

"I only want the best club for me and I will take my time to decide my next career move."

Pena joined Rangers in the summer of 2017, but has had two loan stints back in Mexico.

The Mexican has managed to make just 14 appearances for the club in his spell so far, and has scored five goals in the process.