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Rangers manager Walter Smith is hoping youngster Danny Wilson resists the lure of the Premier League.
Spurs and Liverpool have been linked with the youngster while Rafa Benitez's interest in the teenager has been confirmed.
Smith has denied that Gers have an offer on the table for the 18-year-old, who has made 13 SPL starts this season.
Rangers' boss believes Wilson is enjoying his chance of first-team football and hopes he wants to stay and continue his education with the SPL giants.
"I don't think contractual or transfer talk will affect him at all," he told Sky Sports News.
"He's a level-headed boy, he's shown the same temperament in terms of coming in and playing at 18 and playing in the manner that he has done.
"He's not got an offer yet. Liverpool have expressed an interest in him.
"We haven't said that we don't want to let the player go. So he hasn't got an offer yet. He's playing away here.
"I take it that when he joined Rangers that getting a first-team game is what he wanted to do.
"He's been getting a lot more games than I'd imagine he would this season, but he's deserved them and he's played exceptionally well for us."