The 23-year old enjoyed arguably his best season at Ibrox as 'Gers clinched the League Cup/Premiership double and now he is prepared to pledge his career to the Glasgow club.
"I'd happily stay at Rangers for the rest of my career. If they offered me the chance to do that tomorrow then I would take it," he said.
"I've got two years left on my contract and I couldn't be happier. Why would I want to leave?
"Look at the team we've got and the management set-up of (Ally McCoist) Coisty, Kenny McDowall and (Ian Durrant) Durranty. I couldn't get better anywhere. I'm an out-and-out striker and proved I can score goals for Rangers.
"Blackpool were interested at the start of last season and there was interest from other clubs but I want to stay. When I go I want to be remembered as a striker who hit important goals, including against Celtic.
"I've still to score against them and that's a big frustration for me. I'd trade a few of my other goals for just one against Celtic. It would be amazing to score against our biggest rivals."