Paul Robinson suggested Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has already decided to exit Ibrox in the summer.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Laura O’Leary, the former England international admitted that it was natural for Foderingham to be frustrated over his lack of game time this season.
The 29-year-old revealed that he had already held informal talks with the Gers over his future, with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.
Foderingham stated that it looks like he’ll be at the club until at least the summer and then the situation will have to be addressed from there as he feels he has lost two years of his career by not playing much.
Robinson believes the keeper’s remarks make it seem like he’s already made a decision about his future, though he did add he probably understands why he’s not playing.
When asked if the writing is on the wall for Foderingham and whether it sounds like he has already made up his mind to exit Ibrox, Robinson told Football Insider: “Yeah, sounds that way.
“It’s going to be difficult to oust McGregor as I think he’s been outstanding since he’s gone back up there.
“So it’s only natural as a second-choice keeper that you’re going to be frustrated over the lack of game time, and when there’s a reason for your lack of game time, it helps.
“But it still doesn’t change that he wants to go play football.”
Foderingham has played five times across all competitions this season, conceding one goal and keeping four clean sheets in the process.
The Englishman has been at Ibrox since joining the Gers from Swindon Town in July 2015.