Rangers boss Phillippe Clement recorded his sixth win out of seven games in charge of the Glasgow side on Sunday in a 2-0 win over Livingston and 20 year old Ross McCausland was unlucky not to add to it.
The youngster got his first start for the Ibrox side at the Tony Macaroni Arena and has been praised by the Rangers support for his recent performances. McCausland fired the ball into the roof of the net on the brink of the half time whistle but the celebrations were cut short as VAR chopped it off for a foul on the lead up.
His teammate Dessers insists that the Rangers starlit still has time to develop but will be one to keep an eye out for in the near future.
The Belgian striker said this week,
“We see his quality every day in training and I think everyone has saw it in the last few games and we all hoped for him to score his first goal, with his qualities, the goals will come very soon for him.
I think he has it in him, he has the qualities to be a very very very good player for Rangers, to be key player here.
Of course he has to grow and develop and things but I think he has it in him. He has he a good mentality and also, he is very calm with everything that’s going on around him becasue its not easy for a young player to come into a team like Rangers, but he is pretty calm about it he has a good head so he’s going to grow and I think he’ll be very good for us.”
Rangers now head into the international break with Aberdeen up next at Pittodrie as Phillippe Clement hopes to continue his winning streak on the road.