GIOVANNI VAN BRONCKHORST will ensure his out of contract stars remain focused on Rangers during the final months of their Ibrox deals.

A number of key players - including influential figures such as Allan McGregor, Connor Goldson and Steven Davis - are set to become free agents come the end of the campaign.

Goldson is attracting interest from England and appears likely to leave Ibrox four years after making the move north of the border from Brighton and Hove Albion.

Rangers also have decisions to make over the futures of the likes of Jon McLaughlin and Leon Balogun ahead of what could be a hectic summer of wheeling and dealing for the champions.

Van Bronckhorst said: "I don’t think relaxed is the right phrase for it. I am a coach who will always be alert.

"I always had as a player, the most important thing is that you feel comfortable and happy in the place that you are. Obviously that is very important to achieve success.

"With contracts ending in the summer with players, I know if the feeling is there for them to continue and to keep their focus on Rangers. It is good.

"But you also know that when players are out of contract maybe they feel they need another challenge or maybe want to maybe want to move.

"Either you sign a new contract and you continue with the relations you have or you take a different pathway.

"In the end, it is all good. When you have players going out you need to get players in.

"I think it is a continuous process and also a process that is not new for me as a player or also as a coach.

"You have to make sure you are making the right decisions if there are decisions to be made. If new players have to come in, you have to take the right new players in."