The Tottenham youngster believes that Rangers have a bright future under Warburton.
The winger said: “Rangers fans have got something exciting in the next few years to come. On the pitch he lets you have freedom. If you give the ball away he isn’t going to moan at you, he’ll just say ‘keep going and do what you do best’.”
These are certainly words that should excite Rangers fans following the confirmation of Warburton’s appointment, with the future at Ibrox looking bright under his reign.
During his impressive spell with Brentford, Warburton cultivated a youthful, attacking side who play high-intensity football with a desire to please the crowds.
One of his signings was Pritchard, who arrived at the club on loan from Tottenham Hotspur, and turned from promising youth to undeniable talent.
His creative attacking play excelled under Warburton, and his incredible development not only brings hope that the football at Ibrox will be good, but that the players being signed have real potential.
Of all the coaches touted to take charge of the Light Blues, Warburton was the one with the most foresight and potential. Despite still being relatively inexperienced, he has proven himself in a competitive league, and possesses all the qualities which will not only return Rangers to the top flight - but could see them challenging with Celtic in the not too distant future.