Rangers midfielder John Lundstram has provided an update on his Ibrox contract.

The Englishman's contract is up at the end of the season after he signed in the summer of 2021.

And he was coy about whether discussions are currently ongoing between his agent and the club.

"I am [out of contract in the summer], yeah," he said. "It is personal between the club and me, so I would rather keep it that way.

"It is just between me and the club".

The former Sheffield United man also detailed the importance of the recent victory over Hearts at Tynecastle.

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It is a result that keeps Rangers eight points behind leaders Celtic with a game in hand.

And Lundstram was delighted with the fight the team showed.

"I thought we didn't play our best game but I thought the grit and determination shone through. To go to Hearts, it's not an easy place to go.

"We've been to Hearts before and played well and not got points. We've been to other grounds, went to Aberdeen away, dominated the game for 75 minutes completely and didn't get the result we wanted.

"I enjoyed it in a different type of way. It wasn't free-flowing football and we made wrong decisions at times but I loved the grit and togetherness we showed."