Rangers are preparing for their cup match against Ayr United on Wednesday.
The two goalkeepers are in direct competition for the number one position this campaign and it’s the latter who currently holds the advantage.
McGregor, 36, has all the experience under his belt and has been a colossus in goal since the move back to Ibrox.
The Scotland international has particularly excelled during the run in Europe so far and has kept his team in matches on numerous occasions.
Foderingham has had to watch on from the sidelines for the majority of time so far, but that didn’t prevent him praising the teammate that is keeping him out of Steven Gerrard’s starting XI.
️WF: It's important for me to take my chances when they arrive. Allan (McGregor) has been brilliant, particularly in Europe and the most important thing is the team picks up the wins.— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) September 25, 2018
Foderingham has featured just twice so far this season and will hope he gets the opportunity to play in the Scottish League Cup quarter-final at home to Ayr United on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old has been the first-choice goalkeeper for the Light Blues during the last three consecutive seasons, but is now having to be patient for his opportunities and will be learning from McGregor behind the scenes.
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