Rangers midfielder Steven Davis revealed he is hoping to extend his stay as he braces for contract talks after the Europa League final. Rangers beat RB Leipzig in the semi-finals to set up a date with Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final in Seville on May 18. The midfielder was also a part of the side that lost the UEFA Cup final to Zenit St Petersburg in 2008.
“To think 14 years ago I was there with Manchester and we are back in that position again, especially with what the club has been through as well. I think there are similarities within the team, especially in terms of the unity and the togetherness,” Rangers midfielder Steven Davis said. We fell short in Manchester in 2008, but hopefully, we can go and lift the trophy this time and create a special memory. If we can replicate some of the performances that we have done over the season, it will give us a really good opportunity to win the trophy and show what we are made of.”
“We’re just going to get the best and the most out of that, get our hands on two trophies by the end of the season, and then we will have discussions. I’d love to be a part of this club moving forward, it’s a huge club. I’ve spent a lot of my career here, enjoyed every moment of it, and hopefully, there’s more to come,” he added. “Getting to a European final isn’t something that happens too often. I’ve had a long career and being in this position for the second time is an incredible feeling to be going again and playing on that stage. I think there will be a big buzz about the place, and everyone will try and do their best to try and win the game.”
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