The jury is still out on Jason Cummings’ loan spell at Rangers after an indifferent four months at Ibrox.
The 22-year-old hitman only scored six goals in his time with the Gers, although the player would be quick to point out that he didn’t make enough starts for the Light Blues.
Former boss Graeme Murty preferred to play Alfred Morelos up-front, and as a result Cummings was limited to only eight starts in his time with the Gers.
Interestingly, three of his goals came in one game against Falkirk, when he and Morelos played up-front together.
Director of football Mark Allen has revealed, as reported by the Daily Record, that the Gers have not yet made a decision if to buy the player on a permanent deal or if he is to return to Nottingham Forest.
It is a big decision for Allen and incoming boss Steven Gerrard to make, but Cummings is a player that is worth keeping at the club, even though he will not always be first choice for the Gers.
The player has been a goalscorer for all of his career, and if he remains at Ibrox he is more than capable of chipping in with at least 15 goals a season if given the chance.
He also seems to be very popular in the dressing room and with the fans, and players like that can be invaluable to a club.
In other Rangers news, Gary McAllister has revealed that he and Steven Gerrard will have a tough job at Ibrox