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Davis unclear where future lies

Steven Davis and Charlie Adam could face Motherwell on Saturday
Davis (left) joined Rangers on loan from Fulham in January

Steven Davis insists he has been playing so many games with Rangers that he has not even had time to consider whether he might stay at Ibrox.

Davis has become a mainstay of Rangers' midfield since arriving in January on loan from Fulham, who have escaped relegation from the Premier League.

"It will be down to Fulham now and what their thoughts are," he said.

"I'll have to speak to the manager first because I'm still under contract and that's going to be a factor."

Fulham manager Roy Hodgson will be looking to strengthen his side during the summer, but he may also have been impressed with Davis' performances with Scotland's Uefa Cup finalists.

"It still hasn't even been discussed," said the midfielder, who also helped Rangers lift the CIS Insurance Cup.

With five games of the season to go, nobody had really given Fulham a chance and I was delighted they got themselves out of that situation

Steven Davis

"There have been so many important games over the last few months, I haven't had time to think about anything else.

"My focus is all on this week and getting that out of the way and then we will see what happens afterwards.

"I've enjoyed my time here, it's been great fun and I've really enjoyed it.

"Hopefully I can end up with another two winners' medals and then see what happens."

Rangers are chasing Celtic for the Scottish Premier League title and are in the Scottish Cup final.

Regardless of where his future lies and whether Rangers claim any more trophies, Davis will have no regrets about the six months spent with his boyhood heroes.

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"It's been a different experience for me to be in a side that's challenging for trophies and it's something I've really enjoyed," he said.

But Davis was pleased that he also had the option of returning to a club still in England's top flight.

"With five games of the season to go, nobody had really given them a chance and I was delighted they got themselves out of that situation," he added.


see also
Rangers hope for quick recovery
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Motherwell v Rangers
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