Scottish Premiership striker shares what Rangers players have told him about Mark Warburton

Rangers will take on Dundee at Ibrox in the Scottish Cup this weekend.

Dundee striker Kane Hemmings has revealed to The Scottish Sun what some of the Rangers players have told him about manager Mark Warburton.

Warburton has been in charge of Rangers since the summer of 2015 and has done a brilliant job at Ibrox.

The Gers are going strong in the Scottish Championship at the moment and are likely to gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.

Rangers will take on Scottish Premiership side Dundee at Ibrox in Glasgow in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup on Saturday.

Ahead of the match, Hemmings has spoken highly of Warburton and has expressed his admiration of the Englishman.

“I think he’s a manager who likes everything done in a good, professional way and in a professional manner,” Hemmings told The Scottish Sun about Warburton.

“He has high expectation levels and when you work under any manager like that, it puts you under the kind of pressure you either thrive on or crumble under.

“From what I’ve heard from speaking to some of the boys at Rangers, he’s really got them working so I think he would have been good to work under.”

Interestingly, Warburton has also expressed his admiration of Hemmings, who started this professional club football career at Rangers before leaving the Glasgow outfit in 2013.

Dundee are doing quite well in the Scottish Premiership at the moment and played out a goalless draw with Celtic at Celtic Park on Wednesday evening.

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