Law is set to leave Motherwell at the end of the season when his contract expires after turning down the offer of extending his stay at Fir Park.
A number of clubs are thought to be chasing Law's signature and the midfielder insists he will not rush into a decision on his future.
Law admits he is flattered by Rangers' interest and that he plans further talks with Gers boss Ally McCoist before deciding where to continue his career.
"I have talked to Ally and I was very impressed with what he had to say and his plans for Rangers and their future," Law told the Glasgow Evening Times.
"He is the only manager I have spoken to so far, although it is my intention to speak to the other clubs over the next week or so.
"This is obviously a huge decision for me, but Rangers are a massive club and the chance to play in front of 50,000 fans every other week is something you don't get with half of the Barclays Premier League and that is a huge attraction with Rangers.
"They are a massive club with a great history and the manager is absolutely determined to take them back up where they belong. But I am not going to rush things and I plan to speak to Ally again after I have spoken to the other clubs."
Law added: "Rangers are one of the biggest clubs in the world and their interest is very flattering. If I do decide to take that option, I would want to be going there with a crack at the SPL very much in mind.
"But we will see how things pan out because it is a decision I cannot afford to rush. I am very lucky to have someone like Stuart McCall, who has been through all of this before, on hand to help and advise me.
"The next move for me will be the biggest of my career and I must get it right."