Wimbledon loanee Harry Forrester discusses whether he wants second Rangers chance

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is seen during the Betfred League Cup Semi Final between Rangers and Motherwell at Hampden Park on October 22, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Harry Forrester was frozen out by Pedro Caixinha and forced to leave Rangers for AFC Wimbledon in the summer.

Harry Forrester of AFC Wimbledon celebrates after scoring his sides goal  during the Sky Bet League One match between Northampton Town and A.F.C. Wimbledon at Sixfields on October 14, 2017...

Harry Forrester is starting to make a real impact at Wimbledon.

The talented winger was limited to substitute appearances early in his Dons career with manager Neal Ardley keen to make sure he was operating at full fitness and, in the last few games, Forrester is proving that he was worth the wait.

The 26-year-old opened his account for the League One club by netting a super winner on his first start against Northampton earlier this month. Forrester then received a standing ovation for a superb performance against Rotherham last Tuesday and impressed again despite Wimbledon going down 1-0 to Plymouth on Saturday.

Forrester’s revival could hardly have been better timed as he strives to show parent club Rangers what they are missing. The former Doncaster Rovers winger was frozen out by manager Pedro Caixinha and forced to train with the reserves before being farmed out in the summer.

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is seen prior to the Betfred League Cup Quarter Final at Firhill Stadium on September 19, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Nonetheless, Forrester still harbours hope that he has a future at Ibrox.

“Things change and new people come in,” Forrester told London News Online about his departure from Rangers. “I didn’t want to leave permanently and you never know what happens in football.

“I’ve come here to work and to play and I’ll give 110 per cent, that a given, and we’ll see where we are at the end of the season.

“I’d love there to be (a chance to return to Ibrox), but for the moment my sights are firmly set on Wimbledon. Rangers are a massive club, it’s an honour to play for a club that big.”

Harry Forrester of Rangers celebrates after his side score their first goal through Clint Hill of Rangers (not pictured) during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and...

Forrester’s hopes, however, could be tied inextricably to the future of Caixinha. The Portuguese is under huge pressure right now, not helped by a Scottish League Cup semi-final defeat to Motherwell at the weekend.

As long as Caixinha stays, Forrester’s chances of a return look unlikely. But who knows how much longer Caixinha will be in a job at Ibrox?

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