Ryan Kent has admitted he finally feels like a ‘real Rangers player’ after completing his summer move from Liverpool.
Despite revealing he was made to feel completely at home and right last season, until the deal was permanent it didn’t feel truly home for him, and he’s now glad beyond words that he’s a ‘real Rangers player’ at last.
Kent, who scored the stunning second and third yesterday, is yet to completely hit his rhythm again in a Rangers shirt, given a poor pre-season and injury-disrupted time since returning to Govan, but despite that is still having match-winning contributions to games.
The recently turned 23-year old winger is one of the most dangerous players in the SPL, perhaps the dangerous, and we all saw last season the extent of the damage the boy can do in full flow.
But he also admitted not only does he feel like a real Ranger now, but that there’s undeniably more to come from him, even more so than we saw last season.
As Kent revealed, he didn’t feel 100% settled last season, hoping it would be his last loan and his permanent new club – but still managed to produce some sterling displays regardless and won Young Player of the Year.
So we can only wonder how good he’ll be this season when he finally gets completely fit and into full match sharpness.
Especially now he’s a real Ranger.