Rangers’ interim manager Graeme Murty has for the first time alluded to his desire to take the Rangers job permanently.
While previously admitting he would take it if offered, but adding it was not his original intention, he today dropped the biggest hint yet that he is ready to take the role full time.
“It would be good for all at the football club, that we have someone in place, whether that be me whether that be someone else.”
Murty has been deliberately rather guarded until now, but today he definitely let it slip, despite his vague utterances otherwise, that he does want the role and would clearly take it with enthusiasm if offered.
After the Hamilton result the interim coach is not the favourite of a lot of fans any more, with his popularity as choice diminishing dramatically, but he may still end up with the job.
We will see.