STEVEN DAVIS admits he's not sure himself whether he'll be at Rangers next season.

The 37-year-old favourite revealed all talks on his future were pushed back until after the Scottish Cup final against Hearts.

Davis started in the Hampden triumph this afternoon, and after lifting the trophy admitted he's yet to hold discussions over his future with Ibrox chiefs.

The midfielder is set to be a free agent in the summer with his contract coming to an end, but he didn't rule out another year when quizzed on his situation.

However, he didn't guarantee another season at Ibrox either - as he explained talks will be held in the next week.

Asked what his situation is for next season, Davis told Premier Sports: "To be honest I really don't know.

"I think we just said we'd speak after this.

"It's been such an emotional week obviously with the European cup final - this doesn't make up for it because it was a real good opportunity for us but we're delighted to win this - then Jimmy Bell's funeral yesterday.

"It has been a really emotional week and I'm delighted we could finish on a high.

"We'll sit down next week or so and see where everything sits."