Rangers star Glen Kamara says he is a member of Steven Gerrard’s side until told otherwise – after joining from Dundee for £50,000 in January.
He is now getting attention from England with Leeds and Brighton rumoured to be interested in his services.
The excepted price to acquire the player is £10million, leaving the Gers with a nice profit.
The Finnish international said: “You know what, I’m a Rangers player until told otherwise.
“I have no relevance to anything else so I’m focused on Rangers and Finland at the moment.
“Going up to Scotland’s been good for me, for my career.
“You have everything there, nutrition, the coaches, you’ve got your team-mates, better players who make you better yourself, so it’s been great.”
When asked if he has any nerves about playing for club or country, he admits he isn’t anymore.
He added: “When I was younger yeah but not any more. I wouldn’t say I’m an old veteran but I kind of got used to it.
“I feel fine, I’m just excited for the game as usual. I feel like we can just go out there and do what we can do, and do our best, and hopefully we can go and get a result.
“I’ve got a few childhood friends coming to see the game tomorrow who I haven’t seen in years upon years, so that’s going to be exciting.
“Everyone’s been really good, supportive, messaging me and that.”