Rangers youngster Zak Rudden deserves a fair chance to prove himself at Rangers next season.
The 19-year-old scored for Rangers in pre-season, and his reward was to be sent out on loan.
It was the right move, with Rudden flourishing at Falkirk.
The young striker has 12 goals and four assists to his name this season for the second tier side.
Rudden has done enough to show he deserves a fair crack at Rangers next season.
He might even have a chance of overtaking Ryan Hardie in the pecking order at Ibrox.
If Rangers want Rudden to keep progressing, they have two options.
One is to send him out on loan to a Scottish Premiership side, and the other is to make him part of the Rangers first team.
Much may depend on how much Rudden can impress Steven Gerrard before the transfer window closes.
Whatever the choice, Rangers must given Rudden a fair chance to succeed and offer a clear pathway to the team for him to grasp, he's earned that.
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