Graeme Murty: I should not have to apply for Rangers job
The interim boss says it is up to his employer to decide on the role he plays at the club.
Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty says he has not applied for the vacant manager's job at the club and does not feel he should have to.
The stand-in boss is preparing for his third game in charge when Hamilton Accies visit Ibrox on Saturday.
While he expects the Light Blues to have been inundated with applications he says it is up to his employer on the role he plays at the club.
When asked if he had submitted his interest in the job, Murty said: "I haven't, no. I don't think I should have to.
"The club will and the club should receive a lot of applications but I am here, I am a Rangers employee.
"What role I have at the club is up to people far, far, far above me, so that will be down to them to choose. As far as I'm concerned I'll just do the best in whatever job they see fit to put me in."
Murty has enjoyed two wins out of two since stepping back into the hot seat last month, with a 3-1 victory over Hearts followed by a 3-0 win over Partick Thistle.
He says the support the fans have shown him so far has been overwhelming.
"That's very, very kind of them to say that," Murty added when asked about those calling for him to be handed the job on a permanent basis.
"The fans obviously have their voice and it's nice there's a positive vibe around the club at the moment.
"As far as my own situation, I'm not in charge of that either. I just get on with getting the job done as best I can."