Alfredo Morelos has told how any issues he had with manager Steven Gerrard have been resolved.

The Colombian was denied a switch to Lille last season and has been the subject from serious interest coming from England, France and Spain in recent months. Rangers' hierarchy stood firm in their decision not to sell their prized asset which, at least last season, seemed to have somewhat of an ill-effect on his form.

The striker faltered in front of goal for a spell his mentality and commitment were called into question by Gerrard. Now, though, El Buffalo is a Scottish Premiership winner, he has won player of the month this season for March and still has the Scottish Cup trophy in his sights.

And he has explained to media in his homeland, Win Sports, that his relationship with Gerrard has been repaired and he is grateful to have a strong connection with the boss now. "He is a legend and a great person," Morelos said of Gerrard. "I have had difficulties with him, but we have fixed it as a coach and player, he has had confidence in me and I have responded, we have a nice relationship.

"I feel very happy, we have a purpose which is the Cup and to start the year on the right foot, the team has done important things both in national and international football, now I want to continue adding goals and assists."

On Rangers and their supporters' title party, Morelos added: "Here everything was crazy, people lived it to the fullest, it had already been 10 years without winning the League. It was something very nice, people came out and enjoyed it , I am very proud to get the title."

Morelos's ambitions have never wavered and the attacker still harbours thoughts of playing at a higher level. But he's no longer in the rush he seemingly was in last season to leave. He says, if any offers do come in this summer, he and the club will consider them - but he wants to win things at Ibrox first.

"What I have experienced here has made me happy, now we want the Cup," he said. "I want to win here, if opportunities come we will analyse them, I want to be in competition. Rangers understand the situation, we have to finish well."