Rangers boss Warburton’s response when asked about January signings

Rangers are set to utilise the transfer market in January.

Rangers already possess the best squad in the Scottish Championship, but Mark Warburton has told the Daily Mail that he is ready to raid the January transfer market for more signings.

When asked if he will look to add players in January, Warburton replied: “In a very respectful way, we will be strengthening for next season. I think we have to look at it and add value to our current squad. We also want to send out a message of intent, a statement of intent about what we plan to do going forward.”

Rangers brought in a number of players during the summer transfer window, improving their squad to make it the best in the second division.

However, this will not set them in good stead for the Premiership - with promotion looking guaranteed - and Warburton has admitted that he is already looking to strengthen for next season.

This means that he will be searching the January market for players better than the ones he already possesses, as he looks to improve upon the quality of his Rangers squad.

There are no indications that Warburton has any targets in mind yet, or as to how many players he wants to bring to Ibrox, but the manager has proven his ability in the transfer market, and any signings are sure to be successes.

Warburton has worked wonders since taking charge of the Gers over the summer, and now he is looking to improve upon his beginning months by strengthening his side in the January window.

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