Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara thinks that Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard has been “massive” for him – and admits that he has given the Finn the “confidence to go out and play.”
Kamara has been a revelation since his £50,000 move from Dundee in January and has been watched by scouts in recent weeks after impressing consistently for Rangers.
The Finnish international told how Gerrard wants him to get on the ball and influence games more as he works on things at training with the former Arsenal youngster.
“The manager has been massive for me and the whole team,” Kamara said, as quoted by the Daily Record.
“He has helped us all collectively and he has also really helped me individually as well. He has me working on a few things in training and just wants me to express myself more. The boss wants me to get on the ball, influence the games and have more belief in myself.
“He has given me the confidence to go out and play.”
Kamara has been part of the immense midfield trio which have played a massive part in the Gers’ impressive form this season alongside Steven Davis and Ryan Jack.
Leeds have recently been linked with a move for Kamara, according to a dubious report, and Rangers could be tempted if the fee offered is big enough.
With a host of options in central midfield, there are alternatives if Kamara is sold but it seems unlikely that anything would happen until the summer.