STEVEN GERRARD has challenged his Rangers stars to win silverware this term and earn themselves new Ibrox contracts come next summer.

The 40-year-old has been keen to reward his top performers in recent years as the likes of Ryan Jack and Alfredo Morelos have agreed fresh deals.

Defender Connor Goldson is committed until the summer of 2022 at present and is one of the players that Rangers could look to tie down on a longer-term contract in the future.

"I think Connor is on a good contract as we speak, there is certainly no rush on that one," Gerrard said when asked if Goldson was in line for an extension to his deal.

"I can name probably a dozen players that, in the back of my mind, I am certainly thinking about in terms of extensions and different contracts.

"I don’t think there is any rush at the moment, there is nobody whose time is running out that we are desperate to chase to put pen-to-paper.

"I think we are in a good place. I think the message to all the players is to win football games and reward the club come the end of the season, and we will certainly look after those individuals."

One player who Gerrard is keen to retain in the coming years is midfielder Glen Kamara as he continues to catch the eye for club and country. Gerrard has previously expressed a wish to see Kamara commit himself and has made that feeling known to Sporting Director Ross Wilson and the board.

He said: "There were different areas of his game that we felt we could shape and help him become a better player.

“But he is the one who has really gone out and worked on his game both in and out of possession. He's in a fantastic place and is playing with confidence.

"He was superb at the weekend but for me he has been really consistent for much longer than that. We want Glen around us for as long as possible and everyone knows my feelings on that situation.”