ALFREDO MORELOS has opened the door to a potential January exit from Rangers as he eyes a move to a 'bigger' and 'more competitive' division.

The Colombian has been in superb scoring form for Rangers once again this term and boss Steven Gerrard will be determined to retain his services until the end of the campaign.

Morelos has attracted interest from the likes of AC Milan and Aston Villa in recent months and told a radio station in his homeland: “So far, there is nothing official. There is a lot of speculation on Twitter and stuff, but there's been nothing concrete. If there is, I will let you know.

"At the moment, things are going well. We will see in the winter market if we can take bigger steps to a bigger and more competitive league. That would be good for me to carry on growing, meeting my targets.

"I can't speak when there is nothing concrete, but I will tell you through the internet or the media when there is. There is not long to go until December and when the winter market opens."