Three Rangers players who should hope for permanent Murty appointment

General views of Ibrox Stadium during the Rangers v St Johnstone - Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final at Ibrox Stadium on October 28, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Glasgow Rangers need a new permanent boss and their caretaker appointment is doing a fine job.

A general view during the Scottish Communities League Cup First Round Match between Glasgow Rangers and East Fife at Ibrox Stadium on August 7, 2012 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Pedro Caixinha's Ibrox exit came as no big surprise given Rangers' hit-and-miss start to the new Scottish Premiership campaign, but caretaker manager Graeme Murty wasted little time stamping his own mark on the team and there are some Gers players who will be desperate for him to take the role full-time.

Here we take a look at three Rangers players who would benefit from the 42-year-old being named as the club's next long-term boss:

Danny Wilson

Centre-back Danny Wilson had watched on as summer signings Fabio Cardoso and Bruno Alves played week in, week out over the last few months, with the 25-year-old managing only two brief appearances at the start of the campaign.

However, Murty's appointment has seen the previously criticised Rangers man start their last two matches and he has not looked out of place.

Moussa Dembele of Celtic is tackled by Ross McCrorie of Rangers during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers FC and Celtic FC at Ibrox Stadium on September 23, 2017 in...

Ross McCrorie

The jewel in Rangers' crown, Ross McCrorie was starting to make waves under Caixinha but could reach new heights under the guidance of Murty.

He may only be 19, however the centre-back is the real deal and should not be shunted aside for bigger names - something that could happen if another man takes the helm.

Callum McGregor of Celtic and Jason Holt of Rangers compete for the ball  during the Scottish Cup Semi-Final match between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park on April 23, 2017 in Glasgow,...

Jason Holt

The biggest success story of all since Murty's latest temporary stint, Jason Holt has looked like a player reborn in recent games.

Previously consigned to the scrapheap, the 24-year-old could actually be one of Rangers' most important players this season if he is given the chance.

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