Glasgow Rangers attacking midfielder Jon Toral has told the Glasgow Evening Times that he has been very impressed by Emerson Hyndman since moving to the Ibrox club.
Toral and Hydman joined Rangers on loan from Arsenal and Bournemouth, respectively, during the January transfer window.
The pair have both become regular starters for Rangers almost immediately after joining.
And Toral said: “I have been really impressed with him [Hyndman]. I knew he was a good player from the clubs he had been at - Fulham and Bournemouth – and he has done well for us.
“I knew the type of player he is as well and I understand the way he plays the game. It has been great to play with him and to have him in the squad. He is helping the squad a lot.
“I enjoy playing in this team and the partnerships on the pitch need to be spot on. That is the case for myself and Emerson as it is for everyone else. We need to play as a team and we need to be connected.”
Hyndman arguably settled into life at Ibrox slightly quicker than Toral, but they have both started to show their quality now.
Hyndman already has four goals to his name at Rangers, and he has claimed three assists.
Toral, meanwhile, has also opened his goalscoring account for the Light Blues, and he impressed against Hamilton in Pedro Caixinha’s first game in charge.
Toral set up Clint Hill’s goal against Hamilton with an excellent free-kick, as Rangers went on to win the fixture 4-0.
Rangers are currently in third place in the Scottish Premiership table, with their next match coming against Motherwell in two weekends’ time.