Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has conceded that he could leave the club this summer for first-team football, Sky Sports News reports.
Foderingham has had to settle for a back-up role this season after Rangers signed veteran stopper Allan McGregor from Hull City last summer.
But Foderingham is not content with being the second choice. He plans to talk to Gers boss Steven Gerrard to discuss his future at Ibrox beyond this season.
Foderingham told Sky Sports News: “I see myself as a No 1 goalkeeper. Sitting on the bench isn’t something that I want to do long term. The manager’s aware of that so there will be talks at the end of the season. We’ll see what we can do.”
The 28-year-old was between the sticks for the Old Firm derby clash against Celtic. He kept a clean sheet against the Bhoys but he was only in goal because of McGregor’s suspension.
Foderingham has been limited to just seven appearances this season due to McGregor’s form. But the Englishman is ready to leave if he is not given first-team assurances.
After joining from Swindon Town in 2015, Foderingham has racked up 137 appearances for Rangers. He was the first choice for his first three seasons and helped Rangers back to the Premiership.
But Foderingham could leave this summer with a return to England looking most likely.