By Will Butcher
Joe Dodoo has revealed that he’s amazed at the passion of Rangers fans following his move north from Premier League champions Leicester.
The young attacker has been hugely impressed with the Gers support, despite featuring in only seven of the 54-time Scottish Champions 14 league and cup encounters.
Prior to Rangers’ Scottish Premiership clash against Inverness on Friday night, Dodoo was full of praise on Rangers’ official website for his side’s support, before revealing his desire to secure three points for fans “coming all that way” to watch.
“It is a good standard of football here,” Dodoo told Rangers’ official website. “It is very competitive and there is so much passion from the fans and the teams because everybody wants to beat Rangers.
“We’ll work as a team no matter what happens [on Saturday against Inverness] and I hope we get the three points the fans deserve for coming all that way to watch us.”
The Ghanaian born striker has failed to feature on a regular basis for Mark Warburton’s side this season after missing the whole of September with an ankle injury.
However, Dodoo could feature for the Gers on Friday night after coming off the bench in the 2-0 win against Partick Thistle prior to the international break.
The former Bury loanee will be looking to impress for the Gers ahead of the Old Firm clash on October 23 in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
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