On-loan midfielder Sean Goss believes that he can play far better after making his debut for Rangers.
The 22-year-old, who is on-loan until the end of the season from QPR, played 45 minutes in a central midfield role for the Light Blues as they defeated Atletico Minerio 1-0 in the Florida Cup.
And Goss feels that his performances can only get better from here on in.
“I thought I did okay; I tried to get onto the ball as much as I can and start play off from the back” he said, as quoted by Rangers’ official website.
“It was my first game, as I said, so I am looking to improve on my performance tonight as much as I can.”
The Gers won the game 1-0 thanks to a Josh Windass goal, in a match notable for the debuts of not only Goss but fellow January signing Jamie Murphy, but also the return to the Light Blues squad of Andy Halliday and Michael O’Halloran, both of whom spent the first-half of the season out on loan.
Rangers complete their Florida Cup schedule with a match against Corinthians on Saturday, before they return back to Scotland to begin the second-half of the season, with a match against Fraserbugh in the Scottish Cup on the 21st of January.
The Gers than face Aberdeen on the 24th of January at Ibrox in a match which could have huge implications in the battle for second place in the Scottish Premiership table as the Light Blues could leapfrog their opponents in the table with a win.
In other Rangers news, Michael O’Halloran must impress in his return to the club or his days look numbered