Promising midfielder Jamie Barjonas has revealed that making his debut for Rangers in last season’s 2-1 win over Partick Thistle has been his career highlight so far.
The Rangers Academy graduate went on to make a handful of appearances at the end of last season after impressing against Thistle.
The 18-year-old has been on the fringes of the first-team again this season and made his first start of the campaign in the recent win over Hibernian at Easter Road.
Barjonas admitted that making his debut was “amazing” when asked for his highlight from his fledgling Ibrox career.
“Making my debut at Partick Thistle when we were 1-0 down and ended up winning the game 2-1,” Barjonas told Rangers’ official podcast.
“That was amazing.”
The Scotland Under-19 international was a stand-out for Graeme Murty’s Under-20’s last season before being promoted to the senior side by Pedro Caixinha.
Barjonas has made a total of eight appearances for the Light Blues but has impressed fans with his performances in the first-team.
With Ryan Jack suspended for the weekend trip to Kilmarnock, Barjonas could be in line for his second start of the season as Graeme Murty’s side look to get back to winning ways after the surprise defeat to St. Johnstone at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.
The Gers are currently third in the Scottish Premiership, three points behind Aberdeen and five off leaders Celtic.
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