Veteran stopper Allan McGregor insists he is in no rush to decide his Rangers future.
The 40-year-old is out of contract in the summer and could hang up his gloves after becoming a legend at Ibrox.
However, he insists his focus is on the remainder of the season before he make a call on his future but conceded a Europa League medal could be a good way to sign off.
He said: “You just need to wait and see what happens.
“At this stage it’s not year by year, it’s month by month, and day by day, you see how you feel.
“I’m not really thinking about it just now, i’m just thinking about the game on Thursday (Braga).”
Hutton then asks could it get better than ending his career with a European final, and a smirking McGregor added: “Well, if you won it that would be good aye.”