Carlos Bocanegra wants to stay at Rangers, despite growing uncertainty over the future of the club.
Takeover talks have continued to stall with administrators Duff and Phelps, raising fears of liquidation and the need to create a new club to continue.
The American defender, signed in the summer from Saint-Etienne, is looking for clarity but says is hopeful he has a future in Glasgow.
“We'll finish this season and see what happens,” he says. “Hopefully a new buyer comes in.
“I really like it here. I enjoy coming to work every day and it is unfortunate what has happened off the field.
“I like it here and I want to be a part of this club. I'm the same as everyone else. We are hoping a buyer comes in sooner rather than later.
The Scottish FA imposed a 12-month signing ban on Rangers this week, preventing them from registering any new players over the age of 18.
An inability to add to Ally McCoist’s squad sparked concerns players currently at the club may then look to leave in the summer.
When asked if he felt the core squad would be inclined to stay into next season, Bocanegra replied: “I think so, yes, if we get a buyer sooner rather than later.
“It's a tough situation and more of a waiting game. There are a lot of unknowns for everyone.
“Me personally, what I am thinking is I will wait until the end of the season, hopefully a new buyer comes in and then reassess in the summer. But I would like to stay here.
“Everyone is going to have their own decisions. As a professional footballer, you only have a certain amount of time to play and a certain amount of time to earn money.
“I don't want to get into what other people are thinking. That's just my personal opinion.”