STEVEN GERRARD has responded to Connor Goldson's contract comments admitting that he is not concerned.

The Rangers defender discussed a possible new Ibrox deal ahead of last night's Europa League match against Brondby.

When asked if Rangers was somewhere he wanted to stay, Goldson told BT Sport: "Yeah, it is.

"I've said this a lot of times before. But at the same time I want to see the club go to the next level.

"As I've said before, I want the club to win 56, 57 and 58.

"I don't want to be remembered just for 55.

"It is a place I want to stay but it needs to be right for me and my family.

"We've got another baby coming, a little baby boy. So it needs to be right for everyone, it's not just about me.

"Hopefully it can all get sorted sooner rather than later."

Responding to the interview today, Gerrard said: “I’m not concerned, I’m not confident.

"I’m not really over-thinking about it. Connor’s a big boy, he’s a man.

“Ross Wilson’s office is next to mine. Connor knows what I think of him from a personal point of view and how much I want him to stay here.

“At the same time, we have to concentrate on the football. So it’s important Connor keeps playing the way he is.

“I thought he was magnificent again [on Thursday] night. He was my Player of the Year last year and, for me, he’s got more consistent as his time’s gone on at Rangers.

“He’s a really valuable player for me and us and the club. So hopefully we can find a solution in terms of getting him tied up.

“I can’t really go any further in terms of letting you know how much I want it to happen and how much I want him to stay.

“But at the end of the day, I’m not Connor so I don’t know what he wants. I’m not the club and I don’t do the bank balances and the numbers.

“So, for me, I can only tell both parties how much I want this to happen and then it’s down to other people to try and find a solution.”