Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos insists he is still happy at Ibrox but the Colombian admits he is still hopeful of a big money move in the near future.

Morelos is still a Rangers player after the summer transfer window, despite increased speculation throughout the window.

Porto had been heavilly linked with the 25-year-old, but no agreement was reached between the two clubs.

And Morelos has opened up on the speculation to a local station in Colombia.

He told Caracol Radio: "You heard a lot about my departure, that Porto or several teams that made a proposal, but did not reach an agreement with Rangers, so my stay in Rangers continues and I feel happy.

"I started in the best way, scoring goals and what is to come. That's important to me.

"The offers have been there. An agreement has not been reached with the teams.

"I am calm and I am a young player, I hope that soon the opportunity to leave will be given.

"Here at Rangers I have already been champion, I have made history and we hope that it will happen; the opportunity to come out in the best way.

"Each player wants to improve each day and be in a better league, in a more watched league.

"This league (Scottish Premiership) has taught me important things in my career.

"I have started in the best way, the previous one I scored many goals. Also, may it be God's opportunity and may a big step be taken soon."