NIKO KRANJCAR insists he hasn’t thought about his Ibrox future as he looks to prove his worth at Rangers in the second half of the campaign.

The Croatian battled back from a serious cruciate knee ligament injury last term but has struggled to make an impact once again this season.

Kranjcar has made just ten appearances for the Light Blues and faces increased competition for a starting spot after Sean Goss arrived on loan from Queens Park Rangers and Andy Halliday returned from his stint with Gabala.

Loading article content

The 33-year-old is out of contract in the summer but he isn’t looking long-term at present as he attempts to impress boss Graeme Murty in remaining months of the season.

Kranjcar said: “I honestly haven’t thought about that. After the injury I had last season, every minute I spend on the pitch is a bonus for me and I don’t want to look so much ahead.

“I want to give everything I can. Obviously I wasn’t in the team for a long time and I worked really, really hard to get back into it.

“Once I got back into it, I had a good game, had a not so good game, but I’m happy to prove to the manager that I’m still good enough to be used at this football club. That’s going to be my goal till the end of the season.”