James Tavernier has dismissed rumours that he will join Leeds United in January.
Previous reports claimed that the Rangers full-back wanted to link up with Leeds boss Steve Evans, whom he played under at Rotherham United, but the 24-year-old is hoping for a long-term stay in Glasgow.
"Steve Evans is a great guy. He is just under the gaffer at Rangers as he also gave me the freedom to play," Tavernier told the Daily Record.
"I had a great season under him, he's a character. We had a brilliant time at Rotherham when we won promotion. But my full commitment is to Rangers. I am enjoying my football, my family has moved up and we are all enjoying the Glasgow experience. I can't wait to move up and push on with this club.
"It's good to put down roots. That was my main aim when I came here, to put foundations down and settle at a club I can remain at for years. This is definitely a club that I can see myself doing that."
The former Wigan Athletic player has scored 10 goals in 15 appearances this season.