NICKY LAW has expressed his desire to sign a new contract and remain a Rangers player beyond the end of this season.

The midfielder’s current deal expires in the summer, but he has enjoyed a run in the team of late and is desperate to remain a Gers player.

He said: “I’ve expressed that to the manager, and now it’s just a case of waiting. Fortunately I’m in the team at the moment and it’s giving me the chance to impress the manager.

“Every chance I get, I have to take it, be the best I can be, and hopefully that will be enough. I’d love to stay, so we will see what happens in the next few weeks.”

Law has started three of Rangers last four matches, coinciding with the side’s return to top form, and he has been left thrilled with his own personal performances in that period.

He continued: “I felt I was doing well, but then I got injured against Livingston in the Cup which was disappointing as it kept me out for nine or 10 weeks. But I’ve managed to work my way back into the team, and now it’s up to me to stay there.

“The competition is high and there are many good players who can play that position – the likes of Gedion Zelalem and Dean Shiels who are desperate to play but aren’t at the minute.

“But you know you need to keep on the top of your game to keep your place, but I’ve been pleased with my input in the last few games, but more importantly the team is playing well, we’re scoring goals again and playing some really good stuff.”

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