Andy King joined Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers on loan from Leicester City.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard

Rangers midfielder Andy King recently admitted his frustration at not playing regularly for Steven Gerrard’s side so far this season, as quoted in The Glasgow Evening Times.

Signed on loan from Premier League club Leicester City in the summer transfer window, the 30-year-old midfielder has made only two substitute appearances in the Scottish Premiership and has played just one minute in the Europa League for Rangers so far this season, according to WhoScored.

Rangers manager Gerrard has given his take on the situation of the Wales international, suggesting that he can understand the frustrations of King.

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Gerrard told The Scottish Sun about King: “You haven’t seen more of Andy King because of the form of Ryan Jack, Steve Davis and Joe Aribo.

“Andy is well aware of the situation. He knew that some weeks he would be in the team, some weeks he might be on the bench, or some weeks he might not be in the 18.

“I don’t think any player wishes an injury on anyone, but I’m sure the midfielders have been frustrated of late.”

Back in action

Rangers will return to action on Sunday afternoon when they take on Hamilton Academical at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.

The Gers will head into the match against Hamilton on the back of a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Young Boys in the Europa League.

Rangers will be determined to win today and head into the two-week international break on a positive note.

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