Rangers finally signed Kent on a permanent deal yesterday, after Steven Gerrard’s side had tracked him for most of the summer.
Kent spent last season on loan at Rangers, and he became a very popular figure with the Glasgow side.
And Kent says that Rangers players have all been telling him that the side has improved since he left.
“I have been speaking with the players on a weekly basis and they have been saying the levels in training have improved and you are only going to get the best out of each other with that competition. I hoping to come straight back in and make a difference already,” he said.
Kent could come straight back into Rangers’s line-up, as he should help to improve their attacking play considerably.
Rangers were lacking the spark that Kent provides at the weekend, when they lost to Celtic in the first Old-Firm derby of the season.
Rangers looked out of ideas in the attacking third, but Kent’s skill and creativity should make them more of a threat as the season progresses.
Kent scored six goals and claimed nine assists for Rangers across all competitions last term, and he will hope to make even more of an impact this time around.
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