Cousin insists he wants Rangers stay

The Gabon international has admitted a desire to play in England, and has been linked with a January move to the likes of Bolton and Middlesbrough.

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And while he admits he would listen to any offers that came his way, he is happy with the way he has settled since his £1million summer move from Lens.

"With Lens, we got to the UEFA Cup through one of the Intertoto Cup finals but that was when there wasn't a trophy for winning that," the 30-year-old told Rangers News.

"I've never won any medals in football before and I am keen to change that. That is why I came to Rangers and I am hungry to win silverware here.

"I am very happy here but if a better offer came in from somewhere, I would have to consider it. Any footballer would do that.

"Should such a situation arise, I would need to talk to the manager and the chairman about it.

"But I am pleased with things as they stand at the moment and I have no problems with staying at Rangers just now, none at all.

"Now I am only looking forward to the challenge ahead. We have some hard games coming up and I am determined we will win them and claim the title."

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