Rangers striker Daniel Cousin has set his heart on a move to Fulham, according to his agent.

Fulham tabled a bid for Cousin, earlier in the week, as they look to bolster their attacking options.

Rangers are believed to have rejected Fulham’s first bid, of £2.5m, for the Gabon international as they look to keep hold of the forward.

Cousin’s agent Willie McKay says the player is keen on a move to Craven Cottage and hopes a deal can be agreed between both clubs.

McKay said “Daniel wants to go and it’s now up to the two clubs to decide if a fee can be agreed.”

“Walter Smith wants to keep the player but he can leave anyway if a club bids £3million.”