Rangers manager Ally McCoist expects Carlos Bocanegra to stay with the club beyond Friday's transfer deadline.
The American international captain has been subject to interest from England and France, having stayed at Ibrox despite the club now playing in Scottish football's bottom professional tier.
Bocanegra has remained a mainstay in McCoist's defence, making six appearances this season, and the boss is confident of holding on to the 33-year-old.
"Carlos is still very much a Rangers player," he said. "There has been no activity or movement or change in the situation regarding Carlos so he will hopefully be involved in our next few games and be here post-window, so that's where we are with Carlos.
"The longer it goes, I would say the more chance of everybody staying."
McCoist also confirmed on Wednesday that Kirk Broadfoot had reached an agreement with the club to leave on a free transfer prior to Friday's deadline.
He said: "Kirk has agreed with Charles and the club that his contract will be made null and void and he will be free to leave the club from today or tomorrow.
"I think there are one or two issues still to be tidied up there but it looks like Kirk will be leaving the club.
"We would just like to take the opportunity to thank him very much for his services."
Rangers will be banned from signing any players for the next two transfer windows after August 31 this year and have had a number of trialists at Murray Park as they look to add to their squad.
McCoist says he is yet to decide on any of those still training without a contract and will speak to chief executive Charles Green later on Wednesday to discuss other possible signings.