“It has been hard on the pitch in terms of performances but it has been brilliant for me to play at this club, and to play in front of the fans has been a big highlight for me.“Obviously you are a little bit disappointed (at no deal) because when you play at such a big club you want it to last as long as possible.“But I have been in football long enough to know that when a new manager comes in they have different ideas, so I am just trying to enjoy every minute as if it’s my last.“I can only wish the club all the best and hopefully see them get back to the top sooner rather than later.” Pedro Caixinha saw his side defeat Hearts 2-1 at Ibrox and then said he wants maximum points in the remaining two matches of the season.Goals from Joe Garner and Barrie McKay earned three points against Hearts, who had Prince Bauben sent off in the first half. The Rangers duo scored for the second consecutive game and with a home match against Aberdeen and a trip to play St Johnstone still to come, Caixinha was in no doubt about what he wanted from the last week of the season.He said: “Win my friend. Win. “It is going to be the last working week before a short period of vacation and we return again. “The working week is ready. I am always working in advance and depending on what is going on, I make some changes after I analyse the game. But it is about winning.“We want to finish well and until the last moment they are here and I am here, we can think only about winning.”Veteran defender Clint Hill was a key player against Hearts but his time with Rangers is coming to an end after Caixinha decided against offering him a new contract. “I will be moving on unfortunately,” he said.