Glen Kamara is hopeful he has done enough to earn a new deal at Rangers.

The midfielder has been in top form in recent weeks including a man-of-the-match showing against rivals Celtic as well as some impressive performances in Europa League action.

Kamara's form has sparked rumours of English Premier League sides keeping tabs on the player but his manager, Steven Gerrard, has spoken about trying to make sure the club can tie down the Finn on new terms to fend off any interest or potential transfer bids.

And while he remains somewhat coy on the situation, Kamara believes if he can keep taking care of things on the pitch, his off-field future will be fine. "I've just got to focus on my game and keep trying to do well for the team, and help the team do well" he said. "And hopefully [a new deal] comes with it.

"Do I feel I've earned it? That's a tricky question. I feel good, I feel confident and that I'm playing decent. Long may it continue and hopefully I can carry on doing well and helping the team out."

Probed on conversations about a new contract, Kamara added: "It's something I have no idea, I wouldn't say anything's happened like that. I'm just focused on my football and I'm happy to play for Rangers Football Club."

"If it was my decision the answer would be yes," the manager said last week on Kamara being offered a new deal. “I've made my feelings known to Ross and the board on that situation.

“Glen has been fantastic for me since day one. He's grown and he's evolved. He's improved and he's listened. 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."