Former England international Danny Mills says Rangers star Connor Goldson was not affected in Scotland.
Despite being part of the invincible champions for the last time, he came under fire from the Mills.
Gers center can leave half Ibrox Free at the end of the season.As a result of speculation, the Glasgow side may sell Goldson in January.
However, Mills believes that the English defender will not have many sweaters to find his signature.
He said: “I have not seen him cut down many trees.
“It’s not like people are watching him and he’s thinking, ‘OK, we have to get it.’
“There is no fight for it, the clubs are not trying hard to sign it.
“He may be looking at the top of the championship or someone like Norwich who is at the bottom of the Premier League.
“I don’t think he’s going much higher.
“He has made this difficult decision, ‘Am I on offer?’ Or, does he just not pay attention when you tell him something to do?
“It’s not like he’s got an incredible track record where people are going to pick him up.
“Look what Andrew Townsend did. He waited because he clearly believed in his ability at the highest level.
NO FOR JOE Joe Aribo broke the silence of the Rangers transfer while addressing the Premier League links.
“He was very, very fit and clearly in the fire.
“Goldson is not in a situation where he has a track record.
“You have to ask how much the club will pay him because you are in a desperate situation now.
“You don’t have so many offers on the table, it’s not like you’re the best thing since the cut bread.
“Clubs will say, ‘We’ll take you, but at this price.’ It’s a bit of a gamble to watch it for too long.”