"The fact Rangers have brought in three new strikers doesn't worry me, it excites me," said Darcheville.
"I see a lot of potential at Rangers, I love the club and I am settled in Scotland. I don't want to leave."
The Frenchman, who turns 33 next month, was the club's second-top scorer last season with 15 goals.
"It's fantastic news that the club is looking to strengthen and that's why I will be there next season," Darcheville said.
The player's agent, Karim Djaziri, also underlined his client's commitment to the club.
"Jean-Claude is very happy in Scotland and doesn't want to leave," he said.
"In fact, he wants to finish his career at Rangers."