BORNA BARISIC insists he is fully committed to Rangers after dismissing the 'wrong information' regarding his Ibrox future.

The Croatian - who was a target for Watford boss Claudio Ranieri earlier in the transfer window - confirmed there was interest in him regarding a move away this month.

Barisic remains one of the most sellable assets within Giovanni van Bronckhorst's squad but he has been a key part of the side since the Dutchman's appointment as manager.

And the left-back has no interest in quitting the champions midway through the campaign as he focuses on their Premiership title defence

Barisic said: “The situation is that I’m focused on Rangers like I always am when [people] are talking about transfers. I’m focused on Rangers, that’s what is most important.

“I’m not reading newspapers and things like that but I have heard what I like to say is wrong information. Not all of them but a lot of wrong information.

“All the answers on my situation you will have at the start of February.

“You and I are in football, you know how it goes. If somebody comes and says £30million for Borna, I will not be here! Right!

“So I cannot tell you the right answer and maybe you will say that I lied.

“Only what matters is that I’m fully professional like always and fully focused on Rangers and our next game at Aberdeen.

“All the answers, like I said, you will have at the start of February.

"How did I react? I said before that I don’t want to go into details. It doesn’t matter now. The most important thing is Rangers.

"I am 29-years-old, I am very experienced. I know what is this badge. You need always to be 100 per cent on the training, on the pitch.

"Without that it is impossible to play here. I am really focused on Rangers and that is the only thing that matters now. All the answers, one more time, will be here at the start of February."