Naismith remaining positive regarding Rangers situation

Rangers forward Steven Naismith does not believe he has played his last match for the club.

The future of the Glasgow giants is still clouded as administrators Duff & Phelps continue to look for a new owner to help rescue the club but injured star Naismith is remaining positive about their plight.

"I've not thought about it too much to be honest and, personally, I don't think I have,” he said when asked if he had played his last match in a ‘Gers shirt.

"I would like to think there is a team there for the 50,000 who turn up every two weeks and the 100,000 who travelled with the team to a UEFA Cup final.

"All these people need a team to support and, hopefully, at the end of this, there is a team there for them.

"It's not just a job, to come in and train every day and then play your games. It means more to everybody and it has shown in the results.

"I'm contracted to Rangers for the next three years and if the circumstances don't change then that's where I'll be. Definitely."

 
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