By John Reid
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has said taking charge of Rangers is “very special” but that he’s not worrying about what will happen in the future.
The Ibrox youth coach is in interim charge of Rangers for the second time, having previously taken the job for a spell last season after the departure of Mark Warburton.
That spell included a creditable 1-1 draw with Celtic at Celtic Park, in what was Murty’s last game in charge before Pedro Caixinha took over.
Speaking to training ground guru, Murty has admitted that he still struggles to believe that he’s in such a privileged position. He said “You think about the people who have sat in the seat I’m currently in, and it’s wild.
“It is still very, very special to me. I’ve enjoyed it. What I’d like to do is concentrate on doing the job and not worry about what might happen in the future.”
Murty has a 100% record in his current stint as caretaker manager, having taken over from Pedro Caixinha last month, and is currently third favourite to take over the job permanently.
He has led Rangers to a 3-1 victory over Hearts at Murrayfield and a 3-0 win over Partick Thistle at Ibrox.
He has a chance to make it three wins out of three this weekend at Ibrox when Rangers take on Hamilton.
In other Rangers news, Ross McRorie has paid tribute to his former boss Pedro Caixinha.