Glasgow Rangers new boy Josh Windass has told the Scottish Herald that Mark Warburton got straight to the point during their first meeting, after his move to Ibrox.
Windass agreed to move to Rangers in January, alongside his fellow Accrington Stanley teammate Matt Crooks.
The pair both signed pre-contract agreements with Rangers, meaning that their moves were not completed until the end of the season, and it seems that Windass cannot wait to get started at Ibrox.
“When myself and Crooksy signed, the manager was really straightforward and he didn’t beat around the bush,” he said.
“He said he wanted to get back into the Premiership and we want to win the Premiership and beat Celtic to the league. He didn’t say ‘well, we want to have a couple of years at this and a couple of years at that’. He just went straight to the point and said ‘we are going up there to win the league’.
“That speaks volumes for how ambitious he is and how he wants to succeed as a manager. I am looking forward to playing for him. I have got some really good friends who have played under him at Brentford and they have all said unbelievable things about him so I can’t wait to work with him.”
Windass is one of four players who have moved to Rangers so far this summer.
As well as Crooks, Rangers have also added Joey Barton and Jordan Rossiter to their team.
Windass will be expected to bolster Rangers’ forward line, and his arrival at Ibrox has created some excitement.
The youngster was one of the star players in League Two last season, after he 17 goals in 35 appearances for Stanley.
Windass will be competing with the likes of Kenny Miller and Martyn Waghorn for a place in Warburton’s Rangers team next season.