Rangers midfielder Greg Docherty believes he works well alongside Sean Goss in the Gers’ midfield and claimed the on-loan QPR midfielder is “technically gifted.”
Goss and Docherty both joined the Ibrox giants in the January transfer window and fans have been left salivating over the duo’s performances in recent weeks.
The pair have been pulling the strings in central midfield for the Light Blues as they have put in two of their best performances of the season so far.
The German-born midfielder scored a fantastic free-kick against St. Johnstone as well as having a hand in several of the Gers goals and Docherty thinks he is a “naturally-great footballer.”
“Sean is a naturally-great footballer and very technically gifted. I’m learning from him as well and I think we work off each other,” Docherty said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“I will maybe do a bit more of the work then give him the ball. Some of his passes, like the one for the penalty for our first goal on Tuesday, are sensational – he cut St Johnstone right open.”
Goss, 22, joined the Gers on a season-long loan with fans and manager Graeme Murty wanting to extend the 22-year-old’s stay at Ibrox beyond the end of the season.
The former Manchester United youngster joined QPR in January 2017 for £500,000 but only managed 6 appearances for the Loftus Road side before falling out of favour under Ian Holloway.
Goss has made eight appearances, scoring twice, for the Gers as they look to mount a suprise title challenge and end Celtic’s six-year monopoly on the league flag.
The Gers face their bitter rivals in a must-win Scottish Premiership clash at Ibrox on March 11th that will have huge consequences for the title race.