Fábio Silva has finally agree to sign permanent four years deal with Rangers fc after loan success continues…

Fabio Silva is loving life at Rangers – and he is open to staying beyond the summer.

The 21-year-old was Philippe Clement’s first signing in the January transfer window as he arrived on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Portuguese striker has scored four goals in 13 appearances for the Ibrox club, including his side’s second of the night as they dispatched Hibs in their Scottish Cup quarter-final tie at Easter Road.

The one-time £35m man is only on loan at Rangers until the end of the season.

However, Silva admits if his future was solely up to him, then he would like to stay put.

He told BBC: “I’m loving being here. I don’t control these things 100%. It’s not 100% my decision to stay, if it was up to me then maybe yes. But I could say ‘yes’ and then you have a lot of things still to be taken care of.

“Perhaps I have the least input into whether I stay here but we have two months to enjoy the football, to win titles and I think after that, if we win trophies and everything goes well, Rangers and I will do everything for me to stay.

“When you see me playing with a smile on my face, I think everything’s going the right way. I enjoy playing here, playing for the fans, the staff, my teammates.

“It’s a pleasure to be here. I enjoy it a lot. I’ve been trying to get back my happiness and they’re giving me that.”

Martin Boyle released from hospital after nasty Hibs vs Rangers head injury

Meanwhile, Hibs have provided a further positive injury update on the condition of Martin Boyle.

The 30-year-old was involved in a nasty aerial collision with Rangers defender John Souttar during last night’s Scottish Cup quarter-final tie at Easter Road.

After receiving lengthy treatment on the pitch from both teams’ medical staff, the Australia international was stretchered off the field and rushed to hospital.

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