Rangers star Wes Foderingham has been a stand-out for the Gers since arriving from Swindon Town in 2015 but the shot-stopper needs competition to push his performances on to the next level.
Foderingham has made a few errors in recent games and, while he hasn’t been to blame for recent results, looks as though he is fairly comfortable where he is and isn’t being pushed by the likes of Jak Alnwick.
Mark Warburton brought in Matt Gilks in the past and seemed to be looking at giving Foderingham some competition before letting the Scottish international move on after only six months.
While Alnwick is a decent enough reserve for Foderingham, the former Port Vale keeper is never going to knock Foderingham from his perch as number one.
Robby McCrorie and Liam Kelly are both there or there abouts with Alnwick too and aren’t yet at a point where they are going to be the regular number one for the Gers soon.
McCrorie in particular has a big future ahead of him but right now he’s not quite at the level he needs to be to follow twin brother Ross into a regular first-team place.
Foderingham is someone who will likely be in the first-team for a while to come but as long as he has no real competition for a place then his performances don’t really matter week-to-week as he’ll always be guaranteed a start.