Hibernian midfielder Fraser Fyvie says he’ll be at the club next season regardless of what happens in the Scottish Cup final against Rangers.
Hibs are looking to end their Cup hoodoo stretching 114 years and to finish the season on a high after defeat to Falkirk in the Premiership play-offs and League Cup final heartache against Ross County.
With the club set to spend a third year in the Championship, speculation continues to mount around the future of key players and the manager Alan Stubbs.
However, Fyvie, who has 12 months left on his current deal, insists he’s going nowhere.
He told STV: “I don’t know about anybody else’s situation but as far as I’m aware I’ve got another year here so I’ll be here next season raring to go.
“We’re absolutely gutted about Friday night but we just have to take it on the chin and move on very quickly because we’ve got a Scottish Cup final to look forward to that we’re obviously going there to try to win.
“It will be an exciting game and exciting day for ourselves and the fans and hopefully we can send them home with something to cheer about.
“Rangers are a great side. I think they will do really well in the Scottish Premiership next season and obviously they will look to strengthen in the summer.
“They’ve shown already this season they are a very good footballing side.
“They are an exciting team to watch, it’s good to play against them and be competitive this year.
“They’ll be right up for it. It’s Rangers Football Club we’re talking about they’ve got big players so I don’t think it will be very hard for them to get up for it [after their break].”