Dumbarton defender Frazer Wright has told The Daily Mail that Harry Forrester will be a success at Rangers.
Wright played with Forrester during a loan spell at Kilmarnock in 2010.
“He’ll harass, harry and do a job for the team,” the 36-year-old centre-back told The Daily Mail. “I remember watching him on the telly at Brentford and I was impressed with him there.
“The way Rangers play, the front three shift about all the time anyway. One minute it was Kenny Miller, than Martyn Waghorn and next it was Barrie McKay. I’ m sure he’ll fit into the system wherever he plays.”
Forrester, a 24-year-old attacking midfielder, joined Scottish Championship outfit Rangers from Doncaster Rovers on a six-month loan deal last week.
The Englishman has worked with current Rangers manager Mark Warburton at Watford and Brentford.
The former Aston Villa prospect is a good player and scored one goal in nine appearances for Doncaster this season before moving to the Gers.
Rangers are at the top of the Scottish Championship table at the moment with 47 points from 19 matches, three points clear of second-placed Falkirk with a game in hand.
The Glasgow giants will return to action on Sunday when they take on Cowdenbeath at Ibrox in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. The Gers will then face Livingston at home in the Scottish Championship.