Graeme Murty raves about Rangers 22-year-old after win v St Johnstone
Rangers manager Graeme Murty has raved about Sean Goss after the midfielder’s performance in the 4-1 win over St. Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership on Tuesday.
The Light Blues closed to six points behind leaders Celtic with the win at McDiarmid Park and Murty was blown away by the 22-year-old as he pulled the strings in midfield.
Goss joined the Gers in January on loan from QPR and has been a revelation for the Ibrox giants following his temporary switch and looks to have really clicked alongside fellow January signing Greg Docherty.
Murty thinks the German-born star gives the Gers “balance and composure” in central midfield and “understands” the expectations that come with playing for a club like Rangers.
“He is a nice footballer, he understands the game and gives the team balance and composure that enables us to dictate tempo at times,” Murty told BT Sport’s live post-match coverage of the Gers’ win on Tuesday night.
“He’s really settled in very well and he understands what it means to be a Rangers player, he’s taken it on board.”
Goss grabbed his second free-kick goal for the Gers with a lovely curled effort late in the first-half against Tommy Wright’s side as the Light Blues threatened to run riot.
The midfielder has made eight appearances since joining the Gers and fans are desperate for the Light Blues to secure him on a long-term deal after his early performances.
Goss joined QPR in January 2017 from Manchester United but has only managed 6 appearances for the R’s – with none of them coming this season after falling out of favour at Loftus Road.
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