Harry Forrester discusses start to Rangers career, comments on contract situation

Harry Forrester has discussed his start to life at Rangers.

Rangers new boy Harry Forrester has told the Daily Mail that he has loved every minute of his time at Ibrox so far, and isn't worried about his contract situation.

Forrester, 25, had fallen down the pecking order at Doncaster earlier this season, and made the move to Rangers in January, reuniting with Mark Warburton.

The duo worked together at Watford before linking up again at Brentford, and the former Aston Villa man is gradually working his way into the Rangers side.

Forrester, who can play out wide or as an attacking midfielder, came on after 63 minutes of Rangers' 1-0 win over Raith Rovers on Tuesday night, and could be in line to face his former club Kilmarnock in the Scottish Cup this afternoon, having spent time in loan with Killie in 2010.

The Englishman has been preparing to face Kilmarnock, and has also spoken to the Daily Mail about how he has been settling in at Ibrox.

Forrester says he has loved every minute of his time in Glasgow so far, and is glad to be playing again having been frozen out at former club Doncaster.

He also added that he is in no rush to talk about his contract, despite only signing a six-month deal at Ibrox, and is willing to take things week-by-week at Rangers.

"I've loved every minute," said Forrester. "I've started to get game time - which I've not had in the last couple of months - and it was good to get half an hour the other day. I'll take it week by week, game by game. I'm in no rush. When the time is right I'll be called in for a chat. It's early days, I've only been here a few weeks and I'm just starting to get a feel for the place," he added.

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