Rangers new boy Greg Stewart has admitted he is looking forward to experiencing the feeling of representing the Gers in a competitive game at Ibrox.
The 29-year-old joined Rangers on a two-year deal this summer, after the expiry of his contract with Birmingham City in the Championship.
Stewart spent last season on loan at Kilmarnock and Aberdeen respectively, and directly contributed to 20 goals in all competitions, including a goal against Rangers at Ibrox in October last year.
And following his switch to Ibrox, Stewart has admitted he is looking forward to representing Rangers in front of a sell-out crowd at Ibrox this term.
The forward also added there has been a lot of hard work in pre-season over the last few weeks and reiterates that he cannot wait to make his competitive debut for Rangers at Ibrox.
“All the hard work in the first two-three weeks, getting your fitness up and the games come along, so I’m looking forward to it”, Stewart told Rangers TV.
“I’ve had a couple of games behind closed doors, but to get the real feel for it, when you walk out in front of the [crowd] at Ibrox especially, so I’m looking forward to that the most.”
Stewart made his debut for Rangers during their 4-0 win over St Joseph’s in their Europa League qualifying round first leg clash on Tuesday night.
He could feature again next week, when Rangers host the return leg at Ibrox on Thursday.
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