'Football is all about opinions' - Forrester delivers verdict on chances of Rangers return
On-loan Rangers attacker Harry Forrester hopes he’ll get a second chance at Ibrox after his loan spell at AFC Wimbledon expires at the end of the season.
Forrester struggled to hold down a first-team place before being shipped out by Pedro Caixinha over the summer but will have a year left on his Ibrox contract come June.
The former Doncaster, Aston Villa and Watford attacking midfielder has been a regular for the Dons during his time on loan and featured in Wimbledon’s FA Cup defeat by Spurs in the FA Cup at Wembley.
Forrester admits it was “amazing” to play for Rangers and hopes he’ll get the chance to return for the final year of his contract.
“It’s amazing to play for Rangers, and I got on really well with the fans there,” Forrester said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
“It’s an experience I’ll never forget. I have next year up there as well, so maybe I’ll get another chance.
“I know that football is all about opinions, so I’ll have to wait and see.
“It’s an institution – every time you go into work you are representing a huge football club.”
Forrester joined Rangers in 2015 on a short-term deal before quickly agreeing a new three-year deal after impressing in his initial spell in Glasgow.
The 27-year-old was signed by former manager Mark Warburton but struggled to win a regular place under Warburton or his replacement Pedro Caixinha.
Forrester has lifted the Scottish Championship and Scottish Challenge Cup during his time at Ibrox but was used sparingly after the Gers returned to the Scottish Premiership last season.
In other Rangers transfer news, the club are working on beating Celtic to the signing of a 22-year-old goal machine ripping up the league.
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