Ross McCrorie is the latest Rangers player to participate in a Q+A for the Rangers Youth DC Twitter.

The 21-year-old took over the account to field questions sent in by fans on Tuesday afternoon.

As usual, a variety of topics were covered by Bears. McCrorie named Kyle Lafferty as his funniest teammate and Barry Ferguson and Steven Davis as his favourite ever Rangers midfielders.

However, perhaps his most interesting answer came in response to a fan who asked: “What targets have you set yourself for this season and what are your long-term career ambitions?”

“I want to play for Rangers week in, week out,” replied McCrorie. “My long-term career ambition is to play for the Scotland national team and win trophies for Rangers.”

 

Last season, the homegrown talent enjoyed a sustained run in the team in the lead up to Christmas.

However, after the arrival of Glen Kamara in January, his opportunities were considerably more limited. It’s good to see that despite how solid that midfield three of Kamara, Ryan Jack, and Steven Davis looked by the end of the campaign, he’s backing himself to cement a spot in the team.

Rangers only lost once when McCrorie featured last season. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Furthermore, looking ahead, it’s good to see he has the ambition to win silverware and to make it with Scotland.

As a Rangers fan, he knows the pressure is on to start winning things again.

It’s also no secret that the Gers are currently short of players in the national team. Yet, McCrorie captained Scotland at U21 level last season and the natural progression from there is the senior side. If he gets regular opportunities at club level next season, he will surely then be in Steve Clarke’s thoughts.

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