ANGE POSTECOGLOU has vowed to make a decision on his future by the end of the month amid links to the vacant Rangers job.

The 52-year-old is on a high after guiding Australia to next summer’s World Cup with a 3-1 win over Honduras in Sydney, with Celtic ace Tom Rogic among the star performers.

However, reports in his homeland last month suggested he may walk away from the role – even if they succeeded in qualifying – after being subject to a swathe of criticism during a fraught 22-game campaign.

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That uncertainty was only exacerbated when Postecoglou was linked with the Ibrox job, with Kevin Muscat and Mark Bosnich subsequently insisting it would be the perfect move for the coach.

As he weighs up his next step, Postecoglou intends to make a decision within a fortnight after talks with Football Federation Australia chairman Steven Lowy and chief executive David Gallop.

He said: “I’m determined to enjoy this and I’m determined for everyone else to enjoy it first. I’ll talk with David and Steven in the next two weeks and it will all be resolved.”