By Amir Mir

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has praised Mark Warburton’s “great” skill in moulding Rangers into an effective team.

Warburton took charge of the Glasgow club last season helping them win promotion to the Scottish Premier League four years after their dramatic fall to the bottom of Scottish football.

London-born,Warburton has changed the fortunes at Ibrox as they prepare for their first season in Scotland’s top-flight since liquidation.

Dyche was quick to compliment Warburton as the two highly-rated coaches prepare to meet on Saturday for a pre-season clash at Ibrox.

“It is fantastic what Rangers have done under Warburton and his staff there. It was a great season for them,” Dyche told the Glasgow Evening Times.

“Warbo has done a great job in moulding the team he assembled into what he wanted. It will be down to him and his players whether they have to adapt that slightly at a higher level and in a stronger division.”

Warburton, 53 produced his best performance when he masterminded his club’s Scottish Cup victory over bitter rivals Celtic last season.

Dyche has had a fair amount of success himself having guided Burnley to their second promotion in three years having bounced back from relegation in the 2014-15 season.

However, the Gers boss will now face his biggest test as supporters will expect them to at the very least challenge Celtic to the SPL title as former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers stands in his way.

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