RANGERS have held talks with Allan McGregor regarding his Ibrox future.

And the Rangers Review understands both parties are keen to prolong the veteran goalkeeper's stay at the club. 

It's believed there is no coaching role involved in any contract talks at present. 

McGregor, 40, looked to have played the final game of his career after coming off the bench for the final minutes of the Scottish Cup Final. 

He refused to comment on his future after the game when speaking to RangersTV, saying: 

"Of course, it will look like [my final game].

"If I was watching it would look like that to me as well. But I've not thought about it [my contract]. There have been games every week. All I've thought about is the next game and recovery. Now that the season is finished I will talk to the club, they're easy to talk to and they know me. We will see what is best for both parties."

Earlier this month, we reported that talks between McGregor and the club had not commenced contrary to reports. 

However, discussions have taken place in recent days after the player returned from holiday. 

While there is no agreement in place at present, it's believed that talks are progressing with both sides open to extending the No.1s second stint in Glasgow.