Rangers expert shares 'unbelievable' Ryan Jack claim after what he's just seen
Ryan Jack will return to Rangers in his best form for years after an “inspirational” performance for Scotland.
That’s according to ex-Gers boss Alex McLeish, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the midfielder’s start to the season.
Jack, 30, only featured in Scotland’s final UEFA Nations League game of the international break, playing 72 minutes as his side secured a 0-0 draw.
The result was enough to earn Scotland promotion to tier A of the Nations League.
Jack has made nine appearances for Rangers in all competitions this season with five of those outings coming from the start.
McLeish predicts an assured performance from Jack for his country will serve him well once he returns to Ibrox.
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“Scotland played some fantastic football in all of their games,” McLeish told Football Insider’s Ben Wild.
“Both teams went for it, it was like the old days. Ryan Jack played in the last game and you could tell that his motivation was, ‘I can’t let these guys down’.
“Those guys had been playing really well without him and he had to show that he can be a part of that as well.
“I think it was a really inspirational performance by him. We need him to bring back to his domestic situation.
“Although the poor guy has had unbelievable injuries over the last few years. I’m sure he will come back confident.”
Rangers face Hearts on Saturday (1 October) as they look to keep the pressure on league leaders Celtic.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side now sit two points behind their city rivals.
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