Ally McCoist has said that there are larger priorities for Rangers than sorting out his own contractual status.
The Rangers manager has endured a turbulent few months in charge of the Ibrox club, and eventually hopes to finalise a deal that will help with the long-term stability.
However, he has said that he will not put his own future ahead of the rebuilding job at Ibrox, and sees restoring pride at Rangers as being far more important than a new deal.
Ally McCoist said: "There have been far, far greater things on the agenda than any new deals for any personnel within the club at the moment.
"I will sit down again in the near future with Charles [Green] and the board, and indeed Malcolm [Murray] the chairman, but that will certainly be done."
McCoist also revealed that both he and Charles Green believed that any deal to sign Craig Beattie was now dead.
The Rangers manager also suggested that he is planning for life without Maurice Edu and Alejandro Bedoya, the latter of whom he expected to join Celtic's Champions' League opponents, Helsingborg.
Meanwhile, the Rangers manager hopes that he will receive international clearance to field Emilson Cribari in the match with Peterhead this weekend.
The former Napoli and Lazio defender spent last week on trial and agreed to become the Light Blues' fifth summer signing.
But McCoist is still hopeful that Rangers can bolster their squad for an assault on all competitions this season.
He said: "There is still the opportunity that we could lose a couple, so we are extremely keen to get more bodies in.
"We have lost the likes of Jelavic, Davis, McGregor and all these players. We've lost possibly 22 or 23 players and we have only brought five in.
"So, the plain maths of the situation, and the fact we have an embargo in September for 18 months, would tell you that we need to bring in players for the next two seasons."