There’s no doubt that midfielder Ross McCrorie, is a fan favourite at Ibrox.
A youth academy graduate, the 20-year-old is Rangers through and through.

(Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He endured a difficult start to the season, missing out on first team football due to injury, before briefly falling out of favour.

However, since he has been given a run in the team, he has proved his worth.
McCrorie earned a place in the SPFL Team of the Week after a commanding display against Hamilton, in mid-December.
Since then, he has went from strength to strength.
In the Old Firm win at Ibrox, he was the unsung hero within a superb team display.

It was clear the win over Celtic meant a lot to him. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Despite that, he was ousted against Killie after the winter break, to make way for new signing, Steven Davis.
Undeterred, though, he was back from the start against Livingston and performed once again.
One stat in particular, shows just how influential he has been under Steven Gerrard.
The Gers are unbeaten in all twelve domestic fixtures in which McCrorie has featured this season.
McCrorie finds himself in space inside the Livingston penalty area at the weekend. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Of seven starts, six resulted in victories, with only the 1-1 Boxing Day draw with Hibernian failing to yield all three points.
In fact, the only game McCrorie has lost in a Rangers shirt this season, was away at Rapid Vienna, in the Europa League.
What a record.
No wonder he has received praise from the coaching staff and has been suggested as a future captain by fans. 

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