Rangers boss, Steven Gerrard, has not made up his mind to leave Ibrox for greater challenges of his former club Liverpool.
Talk of returning to Liverpool to succeed Jurgen Klopp has been put on the backburner by the Reds icon. The coach has had a positive impact on the career of two Super Eagles stars, Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun in the Rangers squad.
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The former England player told the Daily Mail: “You don’t know what is going to happen, you can’t predict the timing, you have just got to go along and just think about the next day. I am really happy where I am, I’m not looking over the fence, I’m not trying to get down south, I’m here under a strong contract with good support from the board.
“It comes with its challenges, in terms of the family situation and I am not going to be at Rangers forever. I understand that. I have got dreams of one day going down south and managing teams down there but I am in no rush, I haven’t got a date or a time so I haven’t really thought too much about what Jamie said in that interview.
“I did see it so maybe his opinion is right but it’s not something I have taken too much notice of because I am not looking too far ahead. I’m very focused on the now and trying to stay in the now with Rangers. I get asked that question a lot about Liverpool and I don’t really want to get involved with it because it’s not something for me to be concerned with.
“They have got a fantastic, world-class manager, they are on a real wave of success and as a fan that is an unbelievable place to be in and I am really proud of the club and the efforts of the last couple of years and I’m loving seeing Liverpool where they are right now. I need to focus on the job I’m in now which is a fantastic opportunity for me and a huge job.”