By John Reid
Rangers defender Ross McCrorie has been talking about the differences between being a youth player and a first team player at Ibrox.
The highly-rated 19-year-old has recently enjoyed a run in the first team, and he hasn’t looked back.
Speaking to the Daily Record, McCrorie said “Life has changed dramatically to be honest
“Obviously making my debut and staying in the team for the last eight games, it has been brilliant and hopefully I can keep building on it.
“When you were with the Under-20s you always felt like a youth player but now I feel as if I am a proper first-team player and feel part of it and hopefully I can get a few more games and see what happens.”
McCrorie made his full first-team debut against Celtic in September, and despite Rangers losing 2-0 the player earned good reviews.
He is in the Scotland Under-21 squad for tomorrow night’s 2019 European Championship Qualifier against Ukraine, a must-win game following Scotland’s 1-1 draw with Latvia.
The centre-back scored his first goal for Rangers in their 3-0 win over Partick Thistle before the international break, and is set to be involved again as Rangers take on Hamilton at Ibrox Park this Saturday.
In other Rangers team news, Fabio Cardoso has returned to training after suffering a nose injury