Rangers youngster Arron Lyall has admitted he is unsure over his future at Ibrox.

The young midfielder is out of contract in the summer having spent the second half of the season on loan at Airdrie.

Lyall, 20, was on the bench in a handful of Europa League matchdays for Rangers this term but never made the squad for a league fixture.

He played three times for the B team in the Challenge Cup before his spell at Airdrie as Rhys McCabe's side made it to the Scottish Championship play-offs where they lost to Partick Thistle.

Now, Lyall is keen to sort out his future with his current terms at Ibrox expiring.

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The 20-year-old told the Daily Record: "Conversations need to be had, and my contract is up in the summer. A lot of the finer details aren’t down to me – I just want to be playing football.

“You need to have conversations with the parent club and the club you are coming on loan to. We thought Airdrie was the best fit.

“Being at Rangers, they dominate most of the ball in most games. Airdrie is similar, they play a lot of football, dominate the ball and play a lot of lovely stuff.

“I think for all parties, it was beneficial for everybody.

“You absolutely want to be playing at the top level, for as long as you can.

“If you can get your shot there [at Rangers], it’s the biggest club in the country, really. I’m going to take it if I can.”