Rangers boss Graeme Murty has revealed that he could see a future pairing between Alfredo Morelos and Jason Cummings.
The impressive duo linked up together for the first time in the Rangers 5-1 thrashing of Ayr United, with both players getting on the score sheet.
Speaking to the clubs official website, Murty claimed that although the players need some work linking up, he could see a future pairing between the two.
“We showed we have got people who can score goals, and if we can get both of them understanding one another, and we can get a better understanding with them, then it is something I wouldn’t be afraid to do again.”
The result means that the Gers are into the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup, and have drawn a home fixture versus Falkirk.
Cummings has looked impressive since making the switch to the Scottish Premier League from Nottingham Forest, scoring twice for Murty’s men.
Morelos has also been an intimidating force this season, finding the net 15 times since his summer transfer from HJK Helsinki.
Gers fans will no doubt be encouraged by the Murty’s admission, as the duo constantly look a goal threat whilst playing.
The next chance that the two could feature together could be this coming sunday, as the Gers travel to face Hamilton in the Scottish Premier League.
In other Rangers news, this englishman is set to sign a three-and-a-half year deal at the Ibrox.