Glen Kamara admits it would be “a dream” to play in the English Premier League after being linked with a move to Brighton.
The man who replaced Chris Hughton after he survived relegation from the top flight, Graham Potter, has been impressed by his performances.
But the Rangers midfielder insists he’s only concentrating on playing for the Ibrox club.
He has made a huge impact with Steven Gerrard’s side after his bargain £100,000 move from Dundee in January.
The Finnish internationalist was flattered to be linked with the Seagulls, but makes it clear he’s not looking to go anywhere.
He said: “Rumours are part of football. Yes, it would be a dream to play in the English Premier League but, for the moment, I am happy to play for Rangers.
“I had to prove myself here, and have developed a lot, mentally.
“It’s a big challenge to play in front of the fans at Ibrox. They have high demands, but I like that.
“I’ve really enjoyed it, and getting praise from a manager like Steven Gerrard feels really good.
“Sometimes it feels crazy that he’s my manager. You have to calm down and not think about it too much!
“He is very skilled at managing people, gives good advice, and is a natural leader.
“He has proven it and has taken it to the next level as a manager.”
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