20-year-old centre-back Ross McCrorie, who has featured in 17 Scottish Premiership games this term, is a testament to that, and January transfer window arrival Glenn Middleton is hoping to follow in his steps.
The 18-year-old arrived Ibrox on deadline day, and has found the back of the net on four occasions, including a brace against Icelandic outfit Breidablik during Tuesday's 4-0 development squad win.
The Scotland Under-19 international also bagged a brace during his country's 5-4 loss to Norway last month, and is definitely catching the attention of the senior coaching crew.
“I’m loving it and hopefully I’m just taking every opportunity that I get so you just keep sort of adding to your reputation. You never know what can happen," Middleton told the club's official website regarding his form, high hopes and dreams after Tuesday's game.
"I think mentally I’m just a bit happier being in the environment that I am in and it’s a good place to be.
“Everyone enjoys doing what they do every day, so yeah it’s a good place.”
An exciting, pacy and left-footed forward capable of playing across the frontline, Middleton has all the potential needed to break in to the Rangers first team in the very near future.
The teenage sensation left Norwich as he couldn't get assurances over senior team football, and with his eyes set on breaking into the Rangers team sooner rather than later, a lot can be expected of the youngster in the coming months and ahead of next season.
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