Lee McCulloch has reiterated his desire to stay with Rangers next season and says he hopes his team-mates follow suit.
The 34-year-old has won eight trophies with the Ibrox club including three SPL titles.
And after playing in several positions for Ally McCoist’s men last term, he is holding out hope the club will be in a position to keep the current squad together.
Speaking to BBC Radio Scotland, he said: “ We just want the group to stay together.
"We've won doubles every year, apart from last year when all the mess started happening.
"We've proved we're winners and we just want everybody to stick together.”
After scoring five goals in 30 appearances last season, McCulloch is hopeful that the uncertainty surrounding the club’s future is resolved as quickly as possible.
However while players may leave the club in the summer, the former Scotland international says he has no intention of heading for the exit.
He added: "I'll be back next year, I don't want to go anywhere else. I want to stay and play. I'm just praying everyday that everything gets sorted.
"The big worry is the players that can move for silly amounts of money. That's maybe a big problem, time will tell.
"It's a bit of a nightmare, we just want everything sorted out and to be able to come back in for pre-season with everything ready to go."
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