New Rangers signing Sean Goss insists being at Rangers “feels” the same as it did at Premier League giants Manchester United after joining on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers.
Goss spent five years at Old Trafford before heading for QPR in search of regular first-team football last January in a £500,000 deal.
After making a handful of appearances at Loftus Road in the second-half of last season, Goss had yet to feature this season before agreeing a short-term switch to Ibrox.
The 22-year-old revealed he knew “right away” he was at a huge after signing on at Ibrox until the end of the season and admitted he spoke with Gers fan cult hero Clint Hill about the Glasgow giants.
“Being at Rangers feels the same as it did at United. I knew right away I was at a massive club,” Goss said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
“Coming away to Florida is the perfect way for me to get to know everyone.
“I’m delighted to be a Rangers player. When I heard about the opportunity I knew Rangers was the place I wanted to be.
“I knew quite a bit about the club anyway, but I spoke to Clint Hill when he was at QPR and he gave me a great insight into what it means because he really got immersed in it when he was at Rangers and that really helped too.”
The German-born midfielder joins the Gers with four first-team central midfielders out injured with Ryan Jack, Graham Dorrans, Jordan Rossiter and Ross McCrorie all currently sidelined.
Goss should make his first-appearance for the Ibrox giants in the early hours of Friday morning when they take on Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro in the Gers first game in the Florida Cup.
Graeme Murty’s side will also come up against Corinthians during their time in the United States as they prepare for the second-half of the Scottish Premiership campaign.
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.