QPR target Josh Windass looks set to remain in Scotland after confirming his desire to stay in Glasgow with Rangers.

The attacking midfielder endured a disappointing debut campaign at Ibrox after making the move from Accrington Stanley.

As well as the Hoops, Rotherham United had been linked with a move for the 23-year-old, but said he has no interest in a move back to England.

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Speaking to the Express, he said: "“Unless you are signing for Manchester United or Real Madrid – which at the moment doesn’t look that likely – I don’t think there is anywhere better to play football than at this massive football club. It is better than a lot of clubs down in England.

“I think I have been linked with every club down in England for the last two weeks but my mind has been firmly fixed on playing for Rangers and getting in this team."